Chapter 1: Economics - the business of lifeChapter 2: The Miracle of GrowthChapter 3: Business Cycles - from boom to bust and back againChapter 4: Work and wagesChapter 5: The pain of inflationChapter 6: The role of governmentChapter 7: Interest rates and monetary policyChapter 8: Money and financeChapter 9: Housing and propertyChapter 10: Trade and currenciesChapter 11: Alternative economics theories Brilliant GlossaryBrilliant Links
Phil Thornton is lead consultant at Clarity Economics, a consultancy and freelance writing service he set up after a 15-year career as a newspaper journalist. Clarity Economics (www.clarityeconomics.com ) looks at all areas of business and economics including macroeconomics, world trade, financial markets fiscal policy, and tax and regulation. Before founding Clarity Economics he was Economics Correspondent at the Independent newspaper, a post he held for eight years. Phil is an award winning journalist, with a strong platform. His awards:
"Taking the mystery out of economics is a public service. Brilliant
Economics achieves this with aplomb". Chris Giles, Economics
Editor, Financial Times Economics is vitally important in
everyday life because we are all living with the consequences of
the global crisis, but it's often confusing. Brilliant Economics is
a crystal clear and illuminating guide through the maze of
financial jargon and difficult concepts. It explains in
straightforward terms what the economic theories mean and also how
they affect the things everybody cares about - jobs, prices,
Diane Coyle, OBE, Enlightenment Economics and Smith School, Oxford University
Phil writes in a clear manner, simplifying ideas that can be complex. He has a fine ability to mix relevant and topical observations with more detailed discussions, bringing a topic to life and making it easily understood.
Ian Bright, Senior Economist, ING and leader of eZonomics, ING's international consumer economics project
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