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How Economists Think [electronic resource]

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Provides an economist's perspective on everyday transactions. Explores the four cornerstones of economic thought: everything has a cost, tradeoffs are necessary, incentives matter, and voluntary trade creates value.
Online
2002
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Why Markets Work [electronic resource]

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Employs market simulations and exercises to illustrate key concepts of the market, the foundation of economic activity. Special emphasis is given to the interplay of supply and demand. Shows how supply and demand affects prices, and how prices can work as incentives for consumers and producers.
Online
2002
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Food, Demographics and Culture [electronic resource]

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Demonstrates how studying the production and consumption of food allows historians to uncover hidden levels of meaning in social relationships, understand demographic shifts, and trace cultural exchange. Examines the earliest impact of globalization including changing cuisine, environmental impacts, and the rise of forced labor as a global economic force. Candice Goucher discusses the fear that consumption of exotic and genetically modified foods disrupts the order of nature.
Online
2004
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Global Industrialization [electronic resource]

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Views the Industrial Revolution from a global point of view linking Cuba, Uruguay, Europe and Japan in an examination of the impact of Industry on trade, environment, culture, technology and lives around the world. Historian Jerry H. Bentley argues that the Industrial Revolution, rather than being purely a European process, was actually a global affair that drew on resources from all parts of the world.
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2004