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Money, Banking, and the Financial System
Title:

Money, Banking, and the Financial System

Author:
R. Glenn Hubbard
ISBN:
0132553457
PDF book size:
1947 kb
ePub book size:
1886 kb
Fb2 book size:
1991 kb
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ISBN13
978-0132553452
Rating:
4.2 of 5
Votes:
550
Publisher:
Prentice Hall; 1 edition (January 6, 2011)
Language:
English
Subcatergory:
Economics
Pages:
640
Hubbard/O'Brien's new text presents Money, Banking, and the Financial System in the context of contemporary events, policy, and business with an integrated explanation of today’s financial crisis. Reviewers tell us that Hubbard/O'Brien helps make the link between theory and real-world easier for students!
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  • I enjoyed reading the book when I did for class. It was really interesting, however I feel its a little dated.

  • I noticed the other reviewers seemed to be in grad school, and in that case I suppose it wouldn't be what they were looking for. I do believe this textbook was made for an undergrad class. I found it highly enjoyable, to the point, informative, and not overly complex for people who are new to the subject.