ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy

ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy

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BN ID: 2940014338080
Publisher: Talisman Book Publishing LLC
Publication date: 03/13/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 184
File size: 434 KB

About the Author

Kersten L. Kelly is a self-published author of narrative non-fiction and semi-fiction books. She grew up in Munster, Indiana, and currently works in a sales role based out of Chicago, Illinois. She started writing at an early age and graduated from Indiana University with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Communication & Culture. She then went on to earn a Master’s in Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. She has a passion for learning, teaching, and writing as well as international travel in her spare time. This book is her first piece of published work.

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ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Chrissy_W More than 1 year ago
A good introduction to economics. Did I enjoy this book: To be honest, I am not an economics buff...in fact, I don't have much interest in the subject. However, I agreed to read this book because I feel it is always good to try new things and learn about different subjects that affect our daily lives. With that being said, I did enjoy reading ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy. It is not a book that I had to read every free chance I had though. What I enjoyed most was that it presented the subject of economics in a rather down-to-earth format. The examples provided were real world examples that I could relate to. It wasn't all theory and abstraction. It was written as if Ms. Kelly and I were having a conversation...as if I were asking questions and she were answering them. I did not feel like I was reading a textbook or other treatise on economics. That is what made this book enjoyable for me to read. Would I recommend it: If you want in introduction to economics, then I would definitely recommend this book. Will I read it again: I doubt it. But I may pick it up as a reference if I need some theory better explained.