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“The thread that connects society and economics is clearly evident throughout. The Reader’s Guide in volume one organizes the diverse list of articles into 15 broad categories. Such organization helps with navigation and can benefit those who enjoy browsing as a means of discovery. Articles are well constructed and clearly written… The tone throughout is very consistent, even with the diversity and range of topics… The SAGE Encyclopedia of Economics and Society would be a good resource for academic libraries serving undergraduate students.”
STARRED REVIEW: "... articles are generally effective and applicable, making a potentially difficult topic comprehensible... Verdict: An excellent addition. Recommended for high school and college students looking for a sociological take on economics."
"Employing a straightforward A-Z arrangement, the articles in this reference seek to demonstrate how economics exerts a key influence on society and culture. In examining this set it becomes obvious that the scope of coverage is far reaching... Entries are written in a style that will be understandable to informed lay readers as well as undergraduate students... Academic libraries supporting classes on economics and its impacts will definitely benefit from the cross disciplinary treatment afforded in this SAGE Reference set."
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