A user-friendly look at how the practical tools of economic analysis can be used to make a multitude of everyday financial and consumer decisions, such as what mortgage is best and how much life insurance is necessary.Your immediate answer is probably, yes, of course, credit card interest rates should be controlled so that they dona#39;t become excessively high. ... But if usury ceilings are set low enough, then they may force credit card rates lower or prevent credit card rates from ... Card A charges an 18 percent APR but has a grace period.
|Title||:||Economics and Consumer Decisions|
|Author||:||Michael Leonard Walden|