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Renowned authors Campbell McConnell, Stanley Brue, and Sean Flynn came together to develop the top-selling textbook, Economics (The McGraw-Hill Series: Economics), often described as one of the most student-friendly and unique references in this niche because it explains the subject not just as a strict financial discipline, but as a dynamic social...
Renowned authors Campbell McConnell, Stanley Brue, and Sean Flynn came together to develop the top-selling textbook, Economics (The McGraw-Hill Series: Economics), often described as one of the most student-friendly and unique references in this niche because it explains the subject not just as a strict financial discipline, but as a dynamic social science. The new edition (ISBN 9780073511443) is an insightful resource that lets students analyze the consumption, distribution, and production of good and services using their understanding of the nature and method of economics, supply and demand, and capitalism, as well as fiscal policy, national income, and money and banking. Campbell McConnell and co-authors Stanley Brue and Sean Flynn combine contemporary examples and traditional theories to generate an unbiased and comprehensive textbook that allows learners to develop a sense of mastery of the essential principles of economics, and then use their knowledge to identify economic concerns and think of solutions. Economics (The McGraw-Hill Series: Economics) encourages further interest in the subject and the issues concerning the local and global economy by providing an overview on microeconomics and macroeconomics. Its compelling introduction of the Keynesian Model (a macroeconomic school of thought) provides students a deeper look into current ‘mixed economy.' The authors successfully related older and established theories to contemporary issues regarding economic growth, the costs of production, consumer behavior, and the market system. Students are expected to be able to objectively and intelligently analyze existing issues in the country's trade and industry sector by the end of the book.
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