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  • Authors: Sloman, John (2022)

  • Welcome to this introduction to economics. Whether you are planning to study economics beyond this level, or whether this will be your only exposure to this fascinating subject, we hope that you will find the text enjoyable and that it will give you some insight into the economy in which you live and the economic forces that shape all our lives"

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  • Authors: Mankiw, N. Gregory (2023)

  • 10E - part of the popular economic series that�s trusted by students like you worldwide. Using a concise, inviting writing style, this edition focuses exclusively on content to help you better understand the world and economy in which you live. You become a more astute participant in today's economy as you learn the potential and limits of essential economic policy

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  • Authors: Zutter, Chad J (2022)

  • The 16th Edition concentrates on the material students need to know in order to make effective financial decisions in an increasingly competitive business environment. It allows students to make the connections between a firm’s action and its value, as determined in the financial market. With a large number of examples, this text is an easily accessible resource for in- and out-of-class learning.

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  • Authors: Smith, Peter (2023)

  • Revised synoptic links to aid thinking across A-level topics - Knowledge-check questions to test students' understanding and grow their confidence - Refreshed real-world case studies on up-to-date topics with follow-up questions to build knowledge - New practice questions to develop important assessment skills, with answers available online - New examples, statistics and information in context

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  • Authors: Hausman, Daniel M (2023)

  • Is economics a science? What distinguishes it from other sciences, both natural and social? Does it have a distinctive method? Can its models of perfect rationality and perfect competition help us to understand real market economies and to help them to function better? This book offers answers to these questions and more"-

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  • Authors: Ammous, Saifedean (2023)

  • The book first presents the Austrian school method and the foundational concepts of value and time. With these foundations laid, the second part of the book explores how humans act individually to achieve their ends under scarcity—in other words, how humans economize.

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  • Authors: Hidalgo, Daniel Castillo (2023)

  • This book explores the functioning of coal markets and their influence on ports and maritime economics since the second half of the nineteenth century. Each chapter includes case studies from different parts of the world, explaining the role played by coal in the expansion of the shipping industry.

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  • Authors: Newbold, Paul (2022)

  • Statistics for Business and Economics enables readers to conduct serious analysis of applied problems rather than running simple “canned” applications. This text is also at a mathematically higher level than most business statistics texts and provides readers with the knowledge they need to become stronger analysts for future managerial positions.

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  • Authors: Gans, Joshua (2023)

  • Blockchain technologies have been rapidly adopted for the creation of cryptocurrencies and have been explored for a myriad of applications. While this is of important economic interest, the computer science behind how blockchains operate to provide security and provenance has been largely inaccessible to economists. This book is a bridge between the computer science and the economics of blockchains.

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  • Authors: Flynn, Sean Masaki (2023)

  • Economics For Dummies is the go-to reference that transforms complex economic concepts into easy-to-understand reading. With the simple explanations in this book, you’ll master key topics like supply and demand, consumer behavior, and how governments and central banks attempt to avoid—or at least ameliorate—business downturns and recessions.