Common Cents: How the Economy Really Works--from the Global Market to the Supermarket

Common Cents: How the Economy Really Works--from the Global Market to the Supermarket

by Nancy J. Kimelman
     
 

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Common Cents gives average Americans the fundamental knowledge they need to make smart decisions on family finances, investments, jobs, even health care and outsourcing. It brings into focus the hot-button economic, social, and political issues that dominate the front pages of newspapers—especially during this election season. You won’t find

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Common Cents gives average Americans the fundamental knowledge they need to make smart decisions on family finances, investments, jobs, even health care and outsourcing. It brings into focus the hot-button economic, social, and political issues that dominate the front pages of newspapers—especially during this election season. You won’t find get-rich-quick schemes or insider tips on the stock market here; instead, Dr. Nancy J. Kimelman addresses the most pressing questions of our time (such as oil and immigration) and shows you how to raise your economic IQ so you can enjoy a more comfortable, assured, and intelligent life. With her guidance, you’ll argue better, vote better, and—with your newfound financial security—even sleep better.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402783753
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
12/07/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
1 MB

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