Eastaugh provides a blend of descriptive and prescriptive economics, as well as a thorough examination of our current fiscal and monetary policies and problems. With an eye to the impact of special interest politics, he shows the difficulties in--and the necessity of--surmounting our fiscal, educational, trade, productivity, and health care accessibility deficits. This synthesis of currently available information will be invaluable in public administration and public finance courses, as well as public policy programs.
About the Author:
STEVEN R. EASTAUGH is a Professor of Economics and Finance at the School of Business and Public Management, The George Washington University. The winner of numerous awards, he is the author of six books, including Health Care Finance and Health Care Economics (Auburn House, 1992) as well as more than sixty journal articles.