McGraw-Hill Introduces New Edition of Principles-Level Modern Economics Text
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Principles of Economics 4e and Brief Editions are intended for a modern principles of economics course in which more focus on core principles and less encyclopedic detail is desired. Available in both a combined 2-semester version, or 1-term micro or macro split, the content avoids excessive reliance on formal mathematical derivations, presenting concepts intuitively through examples drawn from familiar contexts. The authors introduce a list of seven core principles to show students how economics shapes every aspect of the world, and they reinforce these principles by illustrating and applying each in numerous familiar contexts, including air travel, student discounts, and apartment searches.
The text also encourages students to become “Economic Naturalists,” by employing basic economic principles to understand and explain what they observe in the world around them. Why do supermarket checkout lines all tend to be roughly the same length? Why did
Principles of Economics 4e and Brief Editions are currently used in a number of classrooms around the country, including:
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