Edited by David Henderson. A collection of 168 articles that clearly discuss topics of interest and relevance to people's daily lives. Each contributor makes a well-reasoned, understandable presentation of even the most complex economic information. "The goal [of the book] is to communicate just how much economic analysis can teach us about the important issues we face as voters, as consumers, as employees, and as people who care about the world. As such, the encyclopedia gives a comprehensive yet readable and engaging survey of mainstream economic thought." Large [8.5 X 11] paperback. High School and up. One copy available.