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Using experiments to bring economic education to life is a growing trend and for good reason. It works! Students are far more likely to retain new knowledge when it is reinforced with hands-on experiments. Favorite Ways to Learn Economics as a lab manual for the classroom and for individual study. This manual of experiments and problem sets reinforces the key principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics covered in most college and AP courses. Students will enjoy this active approach to learning. Instructors will see improvement in their students' comprehension. Like a finely tuned lecture, these experiments and problem sets bring economics to life.
1. An Introduction to Economics 2. How Markets Work 3. Market Efficiency and Taxation 4. The Public Sector 5. Firm Behavior and Industrial Organization 6. Labor Markets 7. Consumer Choice 8. Macroeconomic Data 9. Savings, Investment, and Financial Systems 10. Money and Prices 11. Macroeconomic Models 12. Monetary and Fiscal Policy