Economics for Today
Cengage Learning, Oct 5, 2011 - Economics - 522 pages
Economics for today [presents] in an engaging style, the basic principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics to students who will take a one-semester course in economics... While this book is aimed at these students, it also provides a firm foundation for students who will progress to further studies in economics... Economics for today focuses on some of the most important tools in economics, such as supply and demand analysis, and applies them to clearly explain real-world economic issues. Every effort has been made to make Economics for today the most 'reader friendly' text on the market.
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