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Money and Banking: An Intermediate Market-Based Approach, Second Edition

Money and Banking: An Intermediate Market-Based Approach, Second Edition
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02/23/2017

William D. Gerdes

This book is anchored in the context of monetary systems (commodity, fiduciary, and fiat monies), providing you and students of money a very broad perspective.

Marine Tourism, Climate Change and Resiliency in the Caribbean, Volume I: Ocean Health, Fisheries and Marine Protected Areas

Marine Tourism, Climate Change and Resiliency in the Caribbean, Volume I
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02/17/2017

Martha Honey, Kreg Ettenger and Samantha Hogenson

Designed for individuals working in the tourism industry, this book examines the coastal tourism environment and discusses sustainability issues that help grow the trade and satisfy the customer base.

The History of Economic Thought, Volume II: A Concise Treatise for Business, Law, and Public Policy

The History of Economic Thought, Volume II
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02/14/2017

Robert Ashford and Stefan Padfield

Readers will benefit by coming away from the book with a better understanding of the context within which economic arguments are made.

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