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  • Author:
    Robert M. Yarbrough,Beth V. Yarbrough
  • ISBN:
    0030177642
  • ISBN13:
    978-0030177644
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  • Publisher:
    Dryden Pr; 4th edition (September 1996)
  • Pages:
    20 pages
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    International
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Beth V. Yarbrough is Willard Long Thorp Professor of Economics at Amherst College.

Beth V. Robert M. Yarbrough is Adjunct Professor of Economics at Amherst College.

By presenting the fundamentals of international economics clearly with a strong presentation of theory, policy and applications, THE WORLD ECONOMY: TRADE . by Robert M. Yarbrough and Beth V. Yarbrough.

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Details (if other): Cancel. Yarbrough is the Willard Long Thorp Professor of Economics at Amherst College. in Economics from the University of Washington.

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Study The World Economy: Trade and Finance discussion and chapter questions and find The World Economy: Trade and Finance study guide questions and answers. By College By High School By Country. Depth of theoretical content combined with current events and policy debates makes The World Economy an excellent choice for a broad range of trade and finance courses with an international economic focus. The authors present the tools of international economic analysis in a consistently comprehensive manner to establish the theoretical principles that are key in analysing international economic problems.

Trade and Finance (Dryden Press Series in Economics). by Beth V. Published September 1996 by Harcourt Brace College Publishers. Commercial policy, International finance, International economic relations, Economic policy, Protected DAISY, In library. Title statement. The world economy : trade and finance, Beth V. Chicago : Dryden Press, c1991. Physical description. xxv, 758 p. : ill. (some co. 2nd ed. Publication, distribution etc. ; 24 cm. Bibliography. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Subject added entry - Topical term.

Author : Beth V. Yarbrough,Robert M. Publisher : South-western, Division Of Thomson Learning. This text introduces economic theory which is combined with current events and policy debates. Users who liked this book, also liked

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Depth of theoretical content combined with current events and policy debates makes The World Economy: Trade and Finance, Fifth Edition an excellent choice for a broad range of trade and finance courses with an international economic focus. Yarbrough and Yarbrough discuss countries, trade policies and economic applications with the inclusion of more institutional detail and in-text examples than are found in competing textbooks.

Morlunn
This book is pretty good as far as text books go. For those people who are very analytical and love things explained in numeric/math forms this is the book for you. I do wish it was more conceptual aka more import/export demand/supply oriented. Though if you're an econ person this shouldn't be too bad.
Ces
Book was in good condition. But it took 2 weeks to get it, which I felt was a little too long compared to the standard 3-4 day delivery.
Zargelynd
Beth and Robert Yarborough have written a comprehensive text that examines the basis for trade and its contribution to ecoonomic growth and development among nations. As trade comes from general economic theory, the authors carefully present and analyze economic principles and how they can be applied to international markets and policies. The basic foundation for the study of economics is that humans have limitless desires but finite resources and alternatives available to them to attain these desires. International trade creates an interrelationship among nations where sociities may derive benefits from mutual exchanges of products and services that provide for more choices for humans to attain their wants and needs.

The authors present excellent examples of case studies and policy issues throughout the course of the book. The 21 chapters are written in a clear, straightforward manner with numerous graphical analyses to lend support to trade concepts and principles. The authors do not lose the interest of the reader with intricate quantitative formulas and calculations that many economics books often utilize. They focus on real world issues and challenges that countries often face when dealing with trade policies. The problems and questions at the end of each chapter are also quite practical and involve real world situations.

The Yarboroughs have done an excellent job in presenting an academic text for the study of international trade. This text is suitable for both business and non-business students, even those who may just have a cursory knowledge of economics. It would provide an excellent foundation for those wishing to understand how the global economy functions given that international trade is an often discussed subject and one of considerable significance in the world of marketing and commerce.
Skyway
I can't imagine using this book outside of a college course. It accomplishes what it sets out to do by reinforcing the economic principles form the book, and it tends to use real numbers, and a fair number of real world examples. Still it's just a work book, a mind numbing workbook, the type of which most people who went through High School should be familiar with.

The book isn't 'fun.' But that's not what I expected. To it's credit the conceptual questions it ask are often relative. For example, one question was about "Foreign Oil (palm and fruit oil) producers" and the advertising they use to increase demand overseas for their product. Things like that are useful, and help keep the class relevant.
Dishadel
Keeping my comments simple, this textbook is too verbose. Although the material is quite comprehensive, it suffers from poor organization that makes for a tiresome read. The authors should consider highlighting or indenting important concepts and equations for better readability.
Kesalard
This book takes the time to explain easy concepts in great detail (sometimes rearranging mathematical equations in trivial ways), but it fell short in explaining the difficult concepts. For example, on p532, it appears that the balance of payments is always zero for every completed transaction just because of accounting convention and not because of economic equilibrium; this doesn't seem right. Also, it makes some assumptions that could use some more discussion (for example, on p493, it states that supply of foreign-currency-denominated deposits is not influenced by the exchange rate, but is that really true?)
Adoraris
This was the worst book that I used in my entire academic career. It was the most uninteresting thing I've ever read, and I enjoyed economics and finance before this class. The book did a terrible job explaining anything that had any actual application to it. Overall if you need this book I am sorry.
The book is too liberal with using words. The book is extremely long, although it needn't be. The author could have explained it in a shorter way. Extremely boring, especially for foreign readers since it deals too much with American laws, which are of no interest to us.