The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (CEE) is a widely-used encyclopedia of economics. It is used by students and teachers from high school to college to graduate school, and is one of the most popular worldwide resources for researching and understanding topics in economics.
Articles are written by the most respected economists in their fields, including many Nobel Prize winners. There are also over 80 biographies of famous economists, including accessible summaries of their main contributions to economics with links to their works and secondary resources.
The original text of the CEE was first published in 1993 as the Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics, David R. Henderson, ed. It has been available on Econlib since 2000. The Library of Economics and Liberty (econlib. ...
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The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics. David R. Henderson, Ed. Online at Econlib.
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