Introductory Economics

  • Authors
  • Barry Harrison
  • Charles Smith
  • Brinley Davies
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 1-8
  3. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 9-18
  4. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 19-34
  5. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 35-43
  6. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 44-50
  7. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 51-65
  8. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 66-73
  9. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 74-82
  10. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 83-86
  11. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 87-93
  12. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 94-101
  13. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 102-108
  14. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 109-117
  15. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 118-127
  16. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 128-136
  17. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 137-141
  18. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 142-156
  19. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 157-169
  20. Barry Harrison, Charles Smith, Brinley Davies
    Pages 170-180

About this book

Introduction

Clear, easy-to-read and up-to-date, Introductory Economics offers a comprehensive text for A-level, A/S and a wide range of other introductory courses. Bringing to the subject a degree of clarity and explanation that has been much needed, this book takes an approach suited to today's courses and teaching methods.
* Clear and precise definitions of key concepts.
* Thorough treatment of all topics supported by case studies, relevant data and diagrams.
* Guides students through the pitfalls of Economics, clarifying points of confusion which arise in examinations.
* Short questions provide checks on understanding and progress throughout the text.
* Focuses on relevance of topics to the real world, and introduces students to the economist's perspective on everyday events.
* Ideal for a wide range of introductory courses.

Keywords

economics international trade methods taxation

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