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- Author: David R. Henderson.
Title: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind.: Liberty Fund, 2008.
Call number: MAIN Reference (Non-circulating) 330.03 C744
- Title: An Eponymous Dictionary of Economics : A Guide to Laws and Theorems Named after Economists.
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Pub., 2004.
Call number: MAIN Reference 330.03 E64
- Author: Shirelle Phelps and Gale Group.
Title: Gale Encyclopedia of Everyday Law.
Publisher: Detroit: Gale/Thomson, 2003.
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- Author: Jens Beckert and Milan Zafirovski.
Title: International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology.
Publisher: London: Routledge, 2006.
Call number: MAIN Reference (Non-circulating) 306.3 I61