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Real World Micro is a great supplement to any mainstream introductory textbook. In addition to presenting alternative perspectives on the basics -- supply and demand, production and consumption decisions, market structure and monopoly -- Real World Micro relates theoretical principles to government policies and workplace issues. The thoroughly revised and...
Real World Micro is a great supplement to any mainstream introductory textbook. In addition to presenting alternative perspectives on the basics -- supply and demand, production and consumption decisions, market structure and monopoly -- Real World Micro relates theoretical principles to government policies and workplace issues. The thoroughly revised and expanded 16th edition tackles a range of hot-button topics including taxation, globalization and trade, outsourcing, military spending, predatory lending, affordable housing, CEO compensation, bank bailouts, immigration reform, the consequences of unchecked inequality, and much more. The 58 well-written, easy-to-read articles in Real World Micro are drawn from the pages of Dollars & Sense, the leading magazine of popular economics. Real World Micro is an excellent supplement to any mainstream text. Its articles have been keyed to David Colander s popular textbook, Economics, 7th edition, and its microeconomics split. Each chapter begins with an introduction reviewing the concepts examined in each article, as well as discussion questions relating them to a standard textbook.
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