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  • ISBN 0029460018
  • ISBN13 978-0029460016
  • Language English
  • Author Dominick Salvatore
  • Publisher Prentice Hall International Paperback Editions (May 1, 1992)
  • Pages 640
  • Formats doc lrf lrf rtf
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory International
  • Size ePub 1181 kb
  • Size Fb2 1673 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 421

Appropriate for undergraduate, MA or MBA courses in internationsl economics offered by economics and business administration department, this text presents the principles and theories needed to understand international economics (trade and finanace). Emphasizing the relevance of concepts and theories through real-world examples and applications, this edition has been updated to reflect recent developments.

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I've found this book easy to follow, even if I'm not very good at Economics. Simple, with many examples and graphs. Case studies and good bibliography at the end of each chapter.

He is also the author of more than 20 books, including World Population Trends and Their Impact on Economic Development (Greenwood, 1988).

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Required text for one of my classes. I hope to trade it in through amazon.coms trade in program once I am finished. Amazon had a great value when compared to other sites.
The author, Dominick Salvatore, is clearly an expert in the field. Unfortunately, his field appears to be Keynesian economics circa the 1960s, and is almost completely wrong, and at times, incoherently wrong. Imagine that in the 1940s to the 1970s, man's knowledge of chemistry was thrown out the window, and replaced with alchemy. This is what Keynesianism did to economics. I have only read the second half of the book, but it simply makes no sense. It rambles on and on about balance of payment "deficits," which are impossible, as the capital account and current account always will balance each other out. It is obsessed with "equilbria" and "disequilibria," based on a mythical "balance of payments" deficit and surplus, rendering such diversions meaningless. The text dumbly assumes that trade between a person across the street from you is completely different from a person across the world from you, and senselessly assumes that government intervention in the economy can achieve policy objective, contrary that the entire historical record indicates this is not the case. Reading this text, one feels like they are in a particularly blighted region of the 19th century, or in Soviet Russia. There is incredibly little of accurate knowledge in this horrifically bad text. Knowing what's in it might be good for passing an exam, but it doesn't teach anything useful beyond that, and unfortunately, it's over reliance on graphs, with mind numbing references to said graphs splattered across multiple pages, makes it very difficult to pull anything together. In summary, Salvatore is an expert in a discredited field, and I am sure if he put in the time and thought, the 10th or 11th edition could actually begin to approach a modern understanding of economics, instead of the dark ages of economics, and thereby become a useful education tool, as opposed to one of indoctrination of failed principles and concepts.
The book really brings an in depth analysis of the modern financial world, through a very simple and easy to access method of presentation. Good for students, interesting for any other reader...
I don' t think it is any better than other texts and I just want to balance out the overall rating average by giving a low rating.