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Easy Economics - Leonard Wolfe
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A Visual Guide to What You Need to Know InhaltsangabeChapter 1: MONEY page 10It&apos s fairy dust, but because we believe in it, it worksWhat happened before there was money When did barter become popular Isn&apos t barter an awkward way to trade How did traders get around that complication When did coins appear Who decides what money is When did paper money begin What did early Americans use for money How did we get to the dollar bill If it isn&apos t backed by gold, what makes the dollar mighty When did checking accounts start Why did electronic money catch on Will paper money disappear Whatever happened to barter Chapter 2: BOOMS & BUSTS page 42As smart as they are, the pros can&apos t remove all the bone-rattling bumpsWhat do the experts mean when they say the economy is doing well or is doing poorly What makes up the GDP What makes the GDP grow When is the economy booming Why is overheating bad What&apos s productivity How does an overheated economy cool down Is that what causes a recession What is deflation How do you end a recession How long can a bust last Chapter 3: TAXING & SPENDING page 66Policy makers often argue over which is a better steering wheelWhat is fiscal policy Who controls tax policy Where do taxes come from How come the rich get away without paying taxes What&apos s a flat tax What&apos s a consumption tax Who decides how to spend money How can government spending increase GDP and employment Does it work Can government cut taxes to speed up the economy Can government increase taxes to slow down the economy What&apos s the bottom line Are government spending and taxing good ways to fix a troubled economy Chapter 4: GETTING INTO DEBT page 92It& #8217 s been around from the beginning, but the cause has become more worrisomeWhat& #8217 s the difference between deficit and debt How can the U.S. spend more money than it takes in Should the government ever borrow When is borrowing wrong How much debt is too much How long can the U.S. get away with this Do we need a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution So how do we get out of this mess What are entitlements So will Social Security be eliminated Chapter 5: THE FED page 114This very powerful institution performs a kind of magicIf the Federal Reserve can&apos t prevent banking failures, who needs it So what does the Fed do What&apos s monetary policy Why not just make as much money available as people want How does the Fed set monetary policy How does the Fed increase and decrease the amount of money available in the economy Where does the Fed get the money to buy bonds So the Fed doesn&apos t print money How does the Fed destroy money But where does it go How does the Fed&apos s buying bonds on Wall Street increase the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses Does the Fed&apos s selling government bonds on Wall Street decrease the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses How does the Fed influence interest rates What&apos s the Fed funds rate Does the Fed have any control over rates on longer loans, such as car loans and mortgages globalization good or bad How does trade affect inflation What is the balance of trade Must a country be in balance with every trading partner What happens when a country runs a trade deficit What is the balance of payments Is it bad for a country when its currency is cheap Do countries manipulate currencies to keep them cheap What does the World Trade Organization do What&apos s the World Bank What&apos s the International Monetary Fund What is the G-20 What is the World Economic Forum Ripples and Waves page 236What happens next How to anticipate the possible consequences of economic eventsKey Words and Phrases page 240A glossary to help you understand a complex economic worldIndex page 250 Easy Economics: InhaltsangabeChapter 1: MONEY page 10It&apos s fairy dust, but because we believe in it, it worksWhat happened before there was money When did barter become popular Isn&apos t barter an awkward way to trade How did traders get around that complication When did coins appear Who decides what money is When did paper money begin What did early Americans use for money How did we get to the dollar bill If it isn&apos t backed by gold, what makes the dollar mighty When did checking accounts start Why did electronic money catch on Will paper money disappear Whatever happened to barter Chapter 2: BOOMS & BUSTS page 42As smart as they are, the pros can&apos t remove all the bone-rattling bumpsWhat do the experts mean when they say the economy is doing well or is doing poorly What makes up the GDP What makes the GDP grow When is the economy booming Why is overheating bad What&apos s productivity How does an overheated economy cool down Is that what causes a recession What is deflation How do you end a recession How long can a bust last Chapter 3: TAXING & SPENDING page 66Policy makers often argue over which is a better steering wheelWhat is fiscal policy Who controls tax policy Where do taxes come from How come the rich get away without paying taxes What&apos s a flat tax What&apos s a consumption tax Who decides how to spend money How can government spending increase GDP and employment Does it work Can government cut taxes to speed up the economy Can government increase taxes to slow down the economy What&apos s the bottom line Are government spending and taxing good ways to fix a troubled economy Chapter 4: GETTING INTO DEBT page 92It& #8217 s been around from the beginning, but the cause has become more worrisomeWhat& #8217 s the difference between deficit and debt How can the U.S. spend more money than it takes in Should the government ever borrow When is borrowing wrong How much debt is too much How long can the U.S. get away with this Do we need a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution So how do we get out of this mess What are entitlements So will Social Security be eliminated Chapter 5: THE FED page 114This very powerful institution performs a kind of magicIf the Federal Reserve can&apos t prevent banking failures, who needs it So what does the Fed do What&apos s monetary policy Why not just make as much money available as people want How does the Fed set monetary policy How does the Fed increase and decrease the amount of money available in the economy Where does the Fed get the money to buy bonds So the Fed doesn&apos t print money How does the Fed destroy money But where does it go How does the Fed&apos s buying bonds on Wall Street increase the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses Does the Fed&apos s selling government bonds on Wall Street decrease the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses How does the Fed influence interest rates What&apos s the Fed funds rate Does the Fed have any control over rates on longer loans, such as car loans and mortgages globalization good or bad How does trade affect inflation What is the balance of trade Must a country be in balance with every trading partner What happens when a country runs a trade deficit What is the balance of payments Is it bad for a country when its currency is cheap Do countries manipulate currencies to keep them cheap What does the World Trade Organization do What&apos s the World Bank What&apos s the International Monetary Fund What is the G-20 What is the World Economic Forum Ripples and Waves page 236What happens next How to anticipate the possible consequences of economic eventsKey Words and Phrases page 240A glossary to help you understand a complex economic worldIndex page 250 Volkswirtschaftslehre Economics Wirtschaft, John Wiley & Sons

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ISBN: 9781118218990

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A Visual Guide to What You Need to Know InhaltsangabeChapter 1: MONEY page 10It&apos s fairy dust, but because we believe in it, it worksWhat happened before there was money When did barter become popular Isn&apos t barter an awkward way to trade How did traders get around that complication When did coins appear Who decides what money is When did paper money begin What did early Americans use for money How did we get to the dollar bill If it isn&apos t backed by gold, what makes the dollar mighty When did checking accounts start Why did electronic money catch on Will paper money disappear Whatever happened to barter Chapter 2: BOOMS & BUSTS page 42As smart as they are, the pros can&apos t remove all the bone-rattling bumpsWhat do the experts mean when they say the economy is doing well or is doing poorly What makes up the GDP What makes the GDP grow When is the economy booming Why is overheating bad What&apos s productivity How does an overheated economy cool down Is that what causes a recession What is deflation How do you end a recession How long can a bust last Chapter 3: TAXING & SPENDING page 66Policy makers often argue over which is a better steering wheelWhat is fiscal policy Who controls tax policy Where do taxes come from How come the rich get away without paying taxes What&apos s a flat tax What&apos s a consumption tax Who decides how to spend money How can government spending increase GDP and employment Does it work Can government cut taxes to speed up the economy Can government increase taxes to slow down the economy What&apos s the bottom line Are government spending and taxing good ways to fix a troubled economy Chapter 4: GETTING INTO DEBT page 92It’ s been around from the beginning, but the cause has become more worrisomeWhat’ s the difference between deficit and debt How can the U.S. spend more money than it takes in Should the government ever borrow When is borrowing wrong How much debt is too much How long can the U.S. get away with this Do we need a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution So how do we get out of this mess What are entitlements So will Social Security be eliminated Chapter 5: THE FED page 114This very powerful institution performs a kind of magicIf the Federal Reserve can&apos t prevent banking failures, who needs it So what does the Fed do What&apos s monetary policy Why not just make as much money available as people want How does the Fed set monetary policy How does the Fed increase and decrease the amount of money available in the economy Where does the Fed get the money to buy bonds So the Fed doesn&apos t print money How does the Fed destroy money But where does it go How does the Fed&apos s buying bonds on Wall Street increase the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses Does the Fed&apos s selling government bonds on Wall Street decrease the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses How does the Fed influence interest rates What&apos s the Fed funds rate Does the Fed have any control over rates on longer loans, such as car loans and mortgages globalization good or bad How does trade affect inflation What is the balance of trade Must a country be in balance with every trading partner What happens when a country runs a trade deficit What is the balance of payments Is it bad for a country when its currency is cheap Do countries manipulate currencies to keep them cheap What does the World Trade Organization do What&apos s the World Bank What&apos s the International Monetary Fund What is the G-20 What is the World Economic Forum Ripples and Waves page 236What happens next How to anticipate the possible consequences of economic eventsKey Words and Phrases page 240A glossary to help you understand a complex economic worldIndex page 250 Easy Economics: InhaltsangabeChapter 1: MONEY page 10It&apos s fairy dust, but because we believe in it, it worksWhat happened before there was money When did barter become popular Isn&apos t barter an awkward way to trade How did traders get around that complication When did coins appear Who decides what money is When did paper money begin What did early Americans use for money How did we get to the dollar bill If it isn&apos t backed by gold, what makes the dollar mighty When did checking accounts start Why did electronic money catch on Will paper money disappear Whatever happened to barter Chapter 2: BOOMS & BUSTS page 42As smart as they are, the pros can&apos t remove all the bone-rattling bumpsWhat do the experts mean when they say the economy is doing well or is doing poorly What makes up the GDP What makes the GDP grow When is the economy booming Why is overheating bad What&apos s productivity How does an overheated economy cool down Is that what causes a recession What is deflation How do you end a recession How long can a bust last Chapter 3: TAXING & SPENDING page 66Policy makers often argue over which is a better steering wheelWhat is fiscal policy Who controls tax policy Where do taxes come from How come the rich get away without paying taxes What&apos s a flat tax What&apos s a consumption tax Who decides how to spend money How can government spending increase GDP and employment Does it work Can government cut taxes to speed up the economy Can government increase taxes to slow down the economy What&apos s the bottom line Are government spending and taxing good ways to fix a troubled economy Chapter 4: GETTING INTO DEBT page 92It’ s been around from the beginning, but the cause has become more worrisomeWhat’ s the difference between deficit and debt How can the U.S. spend more money than it takes in Should the government ever borrow When is borrowing wrong How much debt is too much How long can the U.S. get away with this Do we need a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution So how do we get out of this mess What are entitlements So will Social Security be eliminated Chapter 5: THE FED page 114This very powerful institution performs a kind of magicIf the Federal Reserve can&apos t prevent banking failures, who needs it So what does the Fed do What&apos s monetary policy Why not just make as much money available as people want How does the Fed set monetary policy How does the Fed increase and decrease the amount of money available in the economy Where does the Fed get the money to buy bonds So the Fed doesn&apos t print money How does the Fed destroy money But where does it go How does the Fed&apos s buying bonds on Wall Street increase the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses Does the Fed&apos s selling government bonds on Wall Street decrease the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses How does the Fed influence interest rates What&apos s the Fed funds rate Does the Fed have any control over rates on longer loans, such as car loans and mortgages globalization good or bad How does trade affect inflation What is the balance of trade Must a country be in balance with every trading partner What happens when a country runs a trade deficit What is the balance of payments Is it bad for a country when its currency is cheap Do countries manipulate currencies to keep them cheap What does the World Trade Organization do What&apos s the World Bank What&apos s the International Monetary Fund What is the G-20 What is the World Economic Forum Ripples and Waves page 236What happens next How to anticipate the possible consequences of economic eventsKey Words and Phrases page 240A glossary to help you understand a complex economic worldIndex page 250 Economics Volkswirtschaftslehre Wirtschaft, John Wiley & Sons

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ISBN: 9781118218990

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A Visual Guide to What You Need to Know InhaltsangabeChapter 1: MONEY page 10It&apos s fairy dust, but because we believe in it, it worksWhat happened before there was money When did barter become popular Isn&apos t barter an awkward way to trade How did traders get around that complication When did coins appear Who decides what money is When did paper money begin What did early Americans use for money How did we get to the dollar bill If it isn&apos t backed by gold, what makes the dollar mighty When did checking accounts start Why did electronic money catch on Will paper money disappear Whatever happened to barter Chapter 2: BOOMS & BUSTS page 42As smart as they are, the pros can&apos t remove all the bone-rattling bumpsWhat do the experts mean when they say the economy is doing well or is doing poorly What makes up the GDP What makes the GDP grow When is the economy booming Why is overheating bad What&apos s productivity How does an overheated economy cool down Is that what causes a recession What is deflation How do you end a recession How long can a bust last Chapter 3: TAXING & SPENDING page 66Policy makers often argue over which is a better steering wheelWhat is fiscal policy Who controls tax policy Where do taxes come from How come the rich get away without paying taxes What&apos s a flat tax What&apos s a consumption tax Who decides how to spend money How can government spending increase GDP and employment Does it work Can government cut taxes to speed up the economy Can government increase taxes to slow down the economy What&apos s the bottom line Are government spending and taxing good ways to fix a troubled economy Chapter 4: GETTING INTO DEBT page 92It& #8217 s been around from the beginning, but the cause has become more worrisomeWhat& #8217 s the difference between deficit and debt How can the U.S. spend more money than it takes in Should the government ever borrow When is borrowing wrong How much debt is too much How long can the U.S. get away with this Do we need a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution So how do we get out of this mess What are entitlements So will Social Security be eliminated Chapter 5: THE FED page 114This very powerful institution performs a kind of magicIf the Federal Reserve can&apos t prevent banking failures, who needs it So what does the Fed do What&apos s monetary policy Why not just make as much money available as people want How does the Fed set monetary policy How does the Fed increase and decrease the amount of money available in the economy Where does the Fed get the money to buy bonds So the Fed doesn&apos t print money How does the Fed destroy money But where does it go How does the Fed&apos s buying bonds on Wall Street increase the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses Does the Fed&apos s selling government bonds on Wall Street decrease the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses How does the Fed influence interest rates What&apos s the Fed funds rate Does the Fed have any control over rates on longer loans, such as car loans and mortgages globalization good or bad How does trade affect inflation What is the balance of trade Must a country be in balance with every trading partner What happens when a country runs a trade deficit What is the balance of payments Is it bad for a country when its currency is cheap Do countries manipulate currencies to keep them cheap What does the World Trade Organization do What&apos s the World Bank What&apos s the International Monetary Fund What is the G-20 What is the World Economic Forum Ripples and Waves page 236What happens next How to anticipate the possible consequences of economic eventsKey Words and Phrases page 240A glossary to help you understand a complex economic worldIndex page 250 Easy Economics: InhaltsangabeChapter 1: MONEY page 10It&apos s fairy dust, but because we believe in it, it worksWhat happened before there was money When did barter become popular Isn&apos t barter an awkward way to trade How did traders get around that complication When did coins appear Who decides what money is When did paper money begin What did early Americans use for money How did we get to the dollar bill If it isn&apos t backed by gold, what makes the dollar mighty When did checking accounts start Why did electronic money catch on Will paper money disappear Whatever happened to barter Chapter 2: BOOMS & BUSTS page 42As smart as they are, the pros can&apos t remove all the bone-rattling bumpsWhat do the experts mean when they say the economy is doing well or is doing poorly What makes up the GDP What makes the GDP grow When is the economy booming Why is overheating bad What&apos s productivity How does an overheated economy cool down Is that what causes a recession What is deflation How do you end a recession How long can a bust last Chapter 3: TAXING & SPENDING page 66Policy makers often argue over which is a better steering wheelWhat is fiscal policy Who controls tax policy Where do taxes come from How come the rich get away without paying taxes What&apos s a flat tax What&apos s a consumption tax Who decides how to spend money How can government spending increase GDP and employment Does it work Can government cut taxes to speed up the economy Can government increase taxes to slow down the economy What&apos s the bottom line Are government spending and taxing good ways to fix a troubled economy Chapter 4: GETTING INTO DEBT page 92It& #8217 s been around from the beginning, but the cause has become more worrisomeWhat& #8217 s the difference between deficit and debt How can the U.S. spend more money than it takes in Should the government ever borrow When is borrowing wrong How much debt is too much How long can the U.S. get away with this Do we need a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution So how do we get out of this mess What are entitlements So will Social Security be eliminated Chapter 5: THE FED page 114This very powerful institution performs a kind of magicIf the Federal Reserve can&apos t prevent banking failures, who needs it So what does the Fed do What&apos s monetary policy Why not just make as much money available as people want How does the Fed set monetary policy How does the Fed increase and decrease the amount of money available in the economy Where does the Fed get the money to buy bonds So the Fed doesn&apos t print money How does the Fed destroy money But where does it go How does the Fed&apos s buying bonds on Wall Street increase the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses Does the Fed&apos s selling government bonds on Wall Street decrease the amount of money in the pockets of ordinary consumers and businesses How does the Fed influence interest rates What&apos s the Fed funds rate Does the Fed have any control over rates on longer loans, such as car loans and mortgages globalization good or bad How does trade affect inflation What is the balance of trade Must a country be in balance with every trading partner What happens when a country runs a trade deficit What is the balance of payments Is it bad for a country when its currency is cheap Do countries manipulate currencies to keep them cheap What does the World Trade Organization do What&apos s the World Bank What&apos s the International Monetary Fund What is the G-20 What is the World Economic Forum Ripples and Waves page 236What happens next How to anticipate the possible consequences of economic eventsKey Words and Phrases page 240A glossary to help you understand a complex economic worldIndex page 250 Wirtschaft, John Wiley & Sons

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Let's face it, economics can be boring but we all need a decent understanding of the basics if we want to survive in these difficult and uncertain times. Let's make it more interesting. Easy Economics isn't packed with reams of text or stacks of numbers, this book is visual and engaging. The book aims to bring you up to speed, in a way that entertains while it informs, through a collection of. Let's face it, economics can be boring but we all need a decent understanding of the basics if we want to survive in these difficult and uncertain times. Let's make it more interesting. Easy Economics isn't packed with reams of text or stacks of numbers, this book is visual and engaging. The book aims to bring you up to speed, in a way that entertains while it informs, through a collection of many of the most frequently asked questions-plus some you probably haven't thought of-on the subject of economics. The topics range from: The difference between Debt and Deficit Causes and cures of recessions The Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 explained Is globalization good or bad? How fiscal and monetary policies differ Bubbles and Busts Unlike so many other books on the subject, it explains through a Q & A format with entertaining and informative illustration, providing material that many people ordinarily find uninviting and even intimidating in an easy-to-digest, appealing way. eBooks, Business, Finance & Law~~Economics, Easy Economics~~EBook~~9781118218990~~Lee Smith, Leonard Wolfe, Stephen Buckles, Roy Doty, , Easy Economics, Leonard Wolfe, 9781118218990, Wiley, 11/03/2011, , , , Wiley

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Let's face it, economics can be boring...but we all need adecent understanding of the basics if we want to survive in thesedifficult and uncertain times. Let's make it more interesting.Easy Economics isn't packed with reams of text or stacks ofnumbers, this book is visual and engaging. The book aims to bringyou up to speed, in a way that entertains while it informs, througha collection of many of the most frequently asked questions--plussome you probably haven't thought of--on the subject of economics.The topics range from:* The difference between Debt and Deficit* Causes and cures of recessions* The Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 explained* Is globalization good or bad?* How fiscal and monetary policies differ* Bubbles and BustsUnlike so many other books on the subject, it explains through aQ & A format with entertaining and informative illustration,providing material that many people ordinarily find uninviting andeven intimidating in an easy-to-digest, appealing way. E-Book

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Easy Economics

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 111821899X
Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: Wiley, J
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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