by Dave Robertson, University of Missouri-St. Louis / Last Updated March 1, 2013
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INDEX: Basics / Data / Theories: Past * Present / History of Economic Thought / Economic Development: General, Varieties of Capitalism, US /The State * the American State * Property * Revenue * Planning & Infrastructure / Policy Making / Rational Choice / * // Equality & Inequality / Economic Crises and Financial Panics / Monetary, Financial & Credit Policy * Money, Credit, Bankruptcy * Banks & Thrifts * US Federal Reserve and Central Banks * Securities & Corporate Finance * International Finance / Budget Process, Deficit & Debt / Trade / Policy Towards Specific Markets * Regulation * FTC * NRA * Industrial Policy * Specific Sectors / Regional Economies, Unevenness & Competition / Economics & Democracy
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