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eBook Principles of Microeconomics : Prepared for Students ePub

by Gregory N. Mankiw

  • ISBN: 0324342853
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Gregory N. Mankiw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: thomson (2007)
  • ePub book: 1496 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1696 kb
  • Other: mobi docx mbr azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 419

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Principles of Economics chapters Principles of Principles of Microeconomics Macroeconomics. 2009, 2007 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning.

Principles of Economics chapters Principles of Principles of Microeconomics Macroeconomics. 3 MB·6,972 Downloads. Chapter 1 Ten Principles of Economics. Principles of Microeconomics, 5th Ed. 545 Pages·2010·11. 28 MB·15,107 Downloads. 2009, 2007 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning Microeconomics Made Simple: Basic Microeconomic Principles Explained in 100 Pages or Less. 43 MB·4,369 Downloads·New!

Principles of Microeconomics. of students to quickly grasp microeconomic concepts and build a strong foundation with Mankiw's popular. N. Gregory Mankiw & Mark P Taylor.

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I used this book for a public policy program as a student.

N. Gregory Mankiw is Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics at Harvard University. For 14 years he taught EC10 Principles, the most popular course at Harvard. I used this book for a public policy program as a student. The book and technology are very interactive and gives numerous practice questions and concept videos.

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Principles of Microeconomics book  . I have tried to put myself in the position of someone seeing economics for the first time.

It was written with only one audience in mind-you, the student.

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS continues to be the most popular and widely used .

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS continues to be the most popular and widely used text in the economics classroom.

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Comments

Abandoned Electrical Abandoned Electrical
Chances are you are buying this book because you're taking the microeconomics class online. Because there's like the 10th or 11th edition available now and probably taught in colleges across America. What did they change between the 5th and 10th or 11th edition, you ask? Who knows. I'm positive the publishers don't. They're too busy counting their millions, lighting their cigars with $100 bills and throwing kittens out of 40-story tall buildings and making children cry to drink their tears. So you're buying this extremely old edition probably because you're taking the class online or at a community college. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. This edition is just as or better than future editions. Trust me, I've looked. And I was the poor schmuck duped into buying the latest edition because my professor had it as "required" reading. We didn't even touch the book and went off his lectures anyhow. I dropped the class and took it online so I could actually learn about real microeconomics instead of the murky mindlessness of a quack teacher. This is a great book. Just don't overpay for it. Let's not get crazy. There's newer editions out there so don't pay a premium for this one.
GoodBuyMyFriends GoodBuyMyFriends
This is one of the best textbooks I've had the pleasure of reading. The first thing that makes this book good is that the author does not fill the pages with meaningless jargon and unnecessary filler. He often dives right into the topic or sets it up by telling a short story that is relevant to the topic. Any kind of mathy topic is written in an easy to understand step by step process. He also provides graphs on many of these topics so you can clearly see what he is talking about, these graphs are accompanied with a short summary containing the important concepts.

The author keeps chapters relatively short, though there are 1 or 2 longer ones towards the end. Chapters only take about 25-35 minutes to read on average. This makes them very tolerable to read and makes it much easier to retain important information. Unlike some textbooks where you spend over an hour on a chapter and then can't remember a thing you read, I actually felt like I learned a lot when I read a chapter in this book. The brevity of the chapters also kept me from occasionally looking to see how many more pages I had to go.

I also enjoy the writing style of the author. The lack of jargon kept me from losing focus midway through a paragraph or forgetting something I just read. Topics tend to flow smoothly between one another and he often includes both sides of the debate on certain topics. He occasionally goes into real life scenarios that allow you to easily see the importance of the issue and the results of various real-life economic policies. Each chapter also usually has 2 or 3 funny comics or captioned pictures throughout them that are relevant to the topic being discussed.

This book will clear up any confusion you have on a topic that your professor may not have explained the best. This is one of the few textbooks that I actually enjoyed reading through. I wish every textbook was this well written and informative.
Cha Cha
Buy an earlier edition! This is literally the same thing as Macro by Mankiw 3rd - 6th edition. Way too expensive.
Brakora Brakora
I am currently a PhD student in Econ/Operations Research. I read this book (page by page) when I was 17. This (and the principles of Microeconomics also by Mankiw, but they are very similar) is my favorite undergraduate introductory economics textbook. Note that this book will not contain any heavy (or even medium load) math. Its a very elementary book, but it hits the important topics on what the field is all about. In fact, I still keep a copy with me (although I have not opened it in a long time). I would say this book really opened my interest (and perhaps my introductory understanding) to the field of economics.

Verdict: Highly recommended buy!
Lonesome Orange Kid Lonesome Orange Kid
I needed this for my Microeconomics class, the font was a good size and it was easy to read. The book provides many helpful graphs that make understanding the concepts easier.
Aver Aver
The content of the book is very well done. The concepts are easy to understand and each chapter builds knowledge towards a very good understanding of the principles of microeconomics. There is of course much discussion and examples of demand and supply curves. I think the math behind these curves is important and unfortunately the book stays high level and doesn't provide more in-depth examples or tutorials on how to calculate curves, deadweight loss and other important concepts.
Gashakar Gashakar
This book was a requirement for my intro level microeconomics course. I would like to being by saying that this book is an incredibly easy read. It isn't extremely boring and dry and it isn't extremely fun with little important information. It contains all of the relevant information. The way the book delivers the information is astounding. You read through a block of text and then the book displays graphical examples with captions below to help interpret the graph. The online homework that I had to do along with the book made retaining the important information extremely easy. Economics comes relatively easy to me, but the addition of this great textbook made getting an A almost too easy. I didn't even show up to lecture about one third of the time because Dr. Mankiw does such a well job of explaining the material.

Pros:
Easy Read
Distilled Useful Information
Graphical Representation of Content

Cons:
Nothing

I would highly recommend this textbook. It is probably the most efficient and useful text for learning introductory microeconomics.