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Everyman's Dictionary of Economics

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Everymans Dictionary of Economics, Volume 3 of The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon, is an indispensable reference for laypeople and for academics. The entire series includes: Volume 1: The Virtues of Capitalism (September 2004) Volume 2: The State Is Rolling Back (November 2004) Volume 3: Everyman's Dictionary of Economics (January 2005) Volume 4: Introducing Market Forces into "Public" Services (February 2005) Volume 5: Government Failure and Over-Government (May 2005) Volume 6: The Welfare State: Pensions, Health, and Education (October 2005) Volume 7: The IEA, the LSE, and the Influence of Ideas (December 2005)

449 pages, Hardcover

First published January 1, 1965

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Arthur Seldon

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Arthur Seldon was the Editorial Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs from the late 1950s until the later 1980s. At the IEA, he directed a publishing programme that included some of the world’s most eminent economists, including FA Hayek and Milton Friedman. Arthur Seldon was a prolific author and one of the most influential economists of the late twentieth century.

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