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Introduction 1. Money, Banks, Bubbles and Crises 2. Wealth and Poverty; Rainforests and Tigers 3. Prices, Markets and a Simple Cup of Coffee 4. The Business of Supply: From Peasant Lands to Corporate Giants 5. Inflation and Unemployment; Boom and Bust 6. Money, Banks, Bubbles and Crises 7. National Income, World Trade and Multinational Enterprise 8. Can We Reduce Poverty and Protect the Environment? Glossary Index
Tony Cleaver is a Visiting Lecturer at the Universidad de los Andes and at el Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (CESA) in Bogota, Colombia. He was previously Senior Teaching Fellow in Economics at the University of Durham, UK.