The Why's of Economics - How Governments and Central Banks run the economy
About the book:
What happens when we print excess money? How does inflation depress our savings in the banks? How do commercial banks advance out loans to households and corporates? Will the rise of AI, ML, and Robotics make humans obsolete? What about china's supremacy in trade? How do governments and central banks regulate the economy in unprecedented times? And what about immigration? Few of the many questions that are often raised in economics have been answered in this short book. The book comes with few jargons that have been explained and demystifies the concepts that always keep bugging our minds. The book instigates many innovative examples to try and relate to the present environment to make the book much more engaging.About the author:
Nirav Shedge is an economics student with research interests in macroeconomic policies and international trade. Over the course of two years, he has written several articles on economic issues and frequently publishes research papers in journals. He likes thinking about economic policies and wishes to research more in this area. Nirav is also a sports enthusiast and has represented Maharashtra state for the Netball championship.