دسته: اقتصاد

چرا اقتصاد ایالات متحده در اواسط سال 2013، در یک روز افزایش 3 درصدی داشته است؟ چرا صنعت مالی بریتانیا، سریع‌ترین توسعه خود را در پایان سال 2008 معرفی می‌کند، دقیقا زمانیکه که سیستم مالی جهانی به‌سمت بحران می‌رود؟ و چرا آمارگر ارشد یونانی به خیانت به کشور در سال 2013 متهم شد به‌خاطر کاری که به‌ظاهر چیزی جز تلاش برای گزارش دقیق اندازه اقتصاد کشورش نبود؟
پاسخ تمام این سوال‌ها در روشی است که ما اقتصاد ملی سرتاسر جهان را تعریف می‌کنیم و اندازه‌ می‌گیرم: تولید ناخالص داخلی
کتاب سرگرم‌کننده و آموزنده “GDP” داستان تولید ناخالص داخلی را بیان می‌کند. و آماری که به‌طور مداوم در خبرها، تجارت و سیاست‌ها ظاهر می‌شود و به‌نوعی قانون زندگی ما به‌نظر می‌رسد اما به‌سختی توسط هرکس قابل درک است را قابل فهم می‌کند.
سال انتشار: 2014  |  168 صفحه  |  حجم فایل: 8 مگابایت  |  زبان: انگلیسی

GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History
Diane Coyle
Princeton University Press


قیمت: 16000 تومان

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Why did the size of the U.S. economy increase by 3 percent on one day in mid-2013--or Ghana's balloon by 60 percent overnight in 2010? Why did the U.K. financial industry show its fastest expansion ever at the end of 2008--just as the world's financial system went into meltdown? And why was Greece's chief statistician charged with treason in 2013 for apparently doing nothing more than trying to accurately report the size of his country's economy? The answers to all these questions lie in the way we define and measure national economies around the world: Gross Domestic Product. This entertaining and informative book tells the story of GDP, making sense of a statistic that appears constantly in the news, business, and politics, and that seems to rule our lives--but that hardly anyone actually understands. Diane Coyle traces the history of this artificial, abstract, complex, but exceedingly important statistic from its eighteenth- and nineteenth-century precursors through its invention in the 1940s and its postwar golden age, and then through the Great Crash up to today. The reader learns why this standard measure of the size of a country's economy was invented, how it has changed over the decades, and what its strengths and weaknesses are. The book explains why even small changes in GDP can decide elections, influence major political decisions, and determine whether countries can keep borrowing or be thrown into recession. The book ends by making the case that GDP was a good measure for the twentieth century but is increasingly inappropriate for a twenty-first-century economy driven by innovation, services, and intangible goods.

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