The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics

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The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (CEE), 2nd ed., 2008, is a free on-line Encyclopedia of Economics and is part of the Library of Economics and Liberty sponsored by the Liberty Fund.[1] Articles are written by economists from different schools of thought, and include four Nobel laureates in economics as authors.[2][3][4] It also includes short biographies of noted economists and a comprehensive index.[5]

The original version of the CEE was first published in 1993 as the Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics with economist David R. Henderson as the editor.[6]

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  1. ^ LCCN 2007-15993; OCLC 237794267; ISBN 978-0865976658; ISBN 0865976651; ISBN 978-0865976665; ISBN 086597666X
  2. ^ "The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (Brief Article) (Book Review)". Reference & Research Book News. Portland, OR: Book News, Inc.  – via HighBeam Research (subscription required). May 1, 2008. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  3. ^ CEE Authors
  4. ^ Laureates include: James Tobin, George Stigler, Gary Becker and Thomas J. Sargent.
  5. ^ "The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics. (Brief article) (Book review)". Internet Bookwatch. Midwest Book Review. December 1, 2007. Retrieved September 8, 2013 – via HighBeam Research. 
  6. ^ LCCN 92-50535; OCLC 750248783, 730302176

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