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by Robin Wells,Margaret Ray,David Anderson,Paul Krugman

ePub Economics in Modules download
Author:
Robin Wells,Margaret Ray,David Anderson,Paul Krugman
ISBN13:
978-1429287319
ISBN:
1429287314
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Publisher:
Worth Publishers; 2nd ed. edition (May 6, 2011)
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Business & Finance
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Adapted by Paul Krugman and Robin Wells from their bestselling principles of economics textbook, Economics in Modules is the only .

Instead of chapters of standard length, the book covers the fundamentals of economics in 84 brief (4-10 page) modules divided into 26 sections.

David Anderson is the Paul G. Blazer Professor of Economics at Centre College As an AP Economics teacher, I swear by the Krugman series. This text does an excellent job of breaking down complex theory into easily digestible modules. Blazer Professor of Economics at Centre College. He received his BA in Economics from the University of Michigan and his MA and PhD in Economics from Duke University. Anderson is a leading authority on AP Economics and speaks regularly at the National AP Economics Teacher Conference, the National AP Conference, and regional AP Economics workshops. As an AP Economics teacher, I swear by the Krugman series.

With the acclaimed writing and teaching approach of Paul Krugman and Robin Wells, Microeconomics in Modules offers: A concise.

Presentation on theme: "ECONOMICS Paul Krugman Robin Wells with . 2 MODULE 14 (50) Efficiency and Deadweight Loss Krugman/Wells.

2 MODULE 14 (50) Efficiency and Deadweight Loss Krugman/Wells.

Paul Krugman, Robin Wells. Princeton university. His latest trade books, both best-sellers, include The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008, a history of recent economic troubles and their implications for economic policy, and The Conscience of a Liberal, a study of the political economy of economic inequality and its relationship with political polarization from the Gilded Age to the present. Peddling Prosperity and The Age of Diminished Expectations, have become modern classics.

macroeconomics – krugman, wells. and co-author, Robin Wells. características más apreciadas Macroeconomics i. . 576 Pages · 2010 · . 8 MB · 4,499 Downloads ·English. In this best-selling introductory textbook, Krugman and Wells’ signa. 64 MB·1,592 Downloads·New!, there is no one readers trust more than Paul Krugman. características más apreciadas Macroeconomics in Modules.

Instead of chapters of standard length, the book covers the fundamentals of microeconomics in 45 brief (4-10 page) modules divided into 14 sections.

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by Paul Krugman(Author), David A. Anderson(Author), Margaret Ray(Author), Robin Wells(Author) & 1 more. David Anderson is the Paul G. Blazer Professor of Economics at Centre College

by Paul Krugman(Author), David A. Anderson has been involved in the AP (R) Economics programs for more than two decades. For five years he led the grading of one or both of the AP (R) Economics exams, and he speaks regularly at AP (R) conferences and workshops.

Book by Krugman, Paul, Wells, Robin, Ray, Margaret
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  • Paul Krugman is a smart man. When I see him on television he makes a lot of sense. He is also smart when it comes to making cash off of struggling college students. This book retails for A LOT of money. Most times, students can get away with using a previous edition of a book for much cheaper and still learn the exact same amount of material needed to pass the class. Mr. Krugman has invented a way to make sure people ALWAYS buy the new edition, and that comes in the form of this "Econ Portal" garbage. Most economics teachers, being who they are, do not think twice about the extra sacrifice that must be made for this worthless "Econ Portal" extra that can only be used once by the initial purchases, thus rendering the resale value next to nothing. Aside from the Econ Portal, the book wasn't any better or worse than any other economics book I have ever seen, especially the one I bought used for 5 bucks.

    Even this review, which should be an extra tool advising people to stay away from purchasing this has no value because if you are reading this, you likely have no choice but to purchase it. You win this round, Mr. Krugman, but you are not a decent human being. Fortunately, I had plenty of disposable income to use on this stupid book. What about the people that are working their hardest to get through a community college course so they can get an Associate's Degree and a slight bump on the pay scale? That is where karma will come back to bite you. The best I can do is to warn you against ever supporting anything this leech ever sells.

  • Content wise, the book is alright but the online portion using econ portal is complete garbage. I honestly cannot believe that it is used by any school at all. You have to pay a significant amount of money for just the access to the econ portal (and more if you want the hard cover book) and around half the time it does not work properly. My instructor had to change the format of how material was assigned because so many students had problems with the website. There are plenty of students at my institution which could code up a better platform.

  • Paul Krugman is a smart man. When I see him on television he makes a lot of sense. He is also smart when it comes to making cash off of struggling college students. This book retails for A LOT of money. Most times, students can get away with using a previous edition of a book for much cheaper and still learn the exact same amount of material needed to pass the class. Mr. Krugman has invented a way to make sure people ALWAYS buy the new edition, and that comes in the form of this "Econ Portal" garbage. Most economics teachers, being who they are, do not think twice about the extra sacrifice that must be made for this worthless "Econ Portal" extra that can only be used once by the initial purchases, thus rendering the resale value next to nothing. Aside from the Econ Portal, the book wasn't any better or worse than any other economics book I have ever seen, especially the one I bought used for 5 bucks.

    Even this review, which should be an extra tool advising people to stay away from purchasing this has no value because if you are reading this, you likely have no choice but to purchase it. You win this round, Mr. Krugman, but you are not a decent human being. Fortunately, I had plenty of disposable income to use on this stupid book. What about the people that are working their hardest to get through a community college course so they can get an Associate's Degree and a slight bump on the pay scale? That is where karma will come back to bite you. The best I can do is to warn you against ever supporting anything this leech ever sells.