Microeconomics

Microeconomics

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by Campbell R. McConnell, Stanley L. Brue
     
 

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Offering a unique blend of solid theoretical content and student accessibility, this text stands apart with its emphasis on intriguing applications that convey the prevalence of economics in everyday life. By applying economics to phenomenon that students are familiar with and interested in, this book demonstrates like no other text how economic analysis can be

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Offering a unique blend of solid theoretical content and student accessibility, this text stands apart with its emphasis on intriguing applications that convey the prevalence of economics in everyday life. By applying economics to phenomenon that students are familiar with and interested in, this book demonstrates like no other text how economic analysis can be applied to virtually anything of interest, thus helping students develop true economic intuition. Additional student-oriented features include a unique active-learning format, an emphasis on developing economic analysis skills, and an outstanding visual program for exhibits and graphs. Content highlights include balanced presentation of major macro theories; a micro presentation that centers around the trilogy of objectives, constraints, and choices; thorough integration of international topics; and fully-integrated Internet features that offer hands-on exercises foe exploring economics on-line. Microeconomics, 5e is also available in a macro split and both micro/macro are in the principles text.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072340372
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
07/19/2001
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
624
Product dimensions:
8.14(w) x 9.74(h) x 0.70(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was a waste of paper and money. Author should be punished; publisher should be ruined; distributor should be ashamed of itself for charging so much for such garbage! There have been far too many editions, too few changes in the text. Professors are guilty of giving in to the pressure of distributors. Things are bad enough nowadays with the cost of getting an education, now books prices take us to the cleaners too. Can't even buy a used book anymore. Have some integrity for God's sake!