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eBook International Economics (4th Edition) ePub

by James Gerber

  • ISBN: 0321415558
  • Category: International
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: James Gerber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Addison Wesley; 4 edition (March 4, 2007)
  • Pages: 512
  • ePub book: 1906 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1343 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 676

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I just wish the professor was as good as the process of getting this book. There was some high lighting on the pages but the book for its age was in very good condition

I just wish the professor was as good as the process of getting this book. There was some high lighting on the pages but the book for its age was in very good condition.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I read this book for an international studies class, but as an econ minor, i was really dissapointed

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. International Economics-Pearson -Gerber J-2014-EDN-6. I read this book for an international studies class, but as an econ minor, i was really dissapointed. the book is targeted towards non-econ majors, i think, but it ended up just confusing most of my friends in the class who had no econ background. however, i did okay, not becuase of this book, but because of my own econ background that.

International Economics by James Gerber A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. The E-Myth Revisited 2009 by Michael E. Gerber (E-B0K&AUDI0B00KE-MAILED) 191,22 руб. Бесплатная доставка. International Economics by Gerber, James. 237,75 руб. + 636,75 руб. Доставка. International Economics Addison-Wesley Series in Economics. 439,16 руб. + 444,90 руб. Why Reaganomics and Keynesian Economics Failed by Sawyer, James E. International Economics Paperback – 2013. by. James Gerber (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

James Gerber, San Diego State University . The book’s flexible approach-with self-contained chapters and comprehensive coverage-allows instructors to adapt the book easily to a wide range of syllabi.

by James Gerber First published October 1998. International Economics (Hardcover). Published January 7th 2013 by Prentice Hall. Author(s): James Gerber. ISBN: 0132948915 (ISBN13: 9780132948913). لاقتصاد الدولي (Paperback). Published 2013 by المركز العربي للتعريب والتأليف والنشر.

The book’s flexible approach-with self-contained chapters and comprehensive coverage-allows instructors to adapt the book easily to a wide range of syllabi.

International Economics. International Economics. Summary International Economics - Theory and Policy - Paul R. Krugman Maurice Obstfeld, Marc Melitz. 293389914 Answers to International Economics Salvatore.

Gerber’s text offers a principles-level introduction to international economics that is accessible to a diverse group of readers.International Economics, Fourth Edition, uses a rich array of case studies to illuminate economic institutions and policies as well as recent developments in the global economy.The book’s flexible approach—with self-contained chapters and comprehensive coverage—allows instructors to adapt the book easily to a wide range of syllabi. Without relying on prerequisite knowledge of higher-level math, the text helps readers understand the issues and policies they see in the news.

INTRODUCTION AND INSTITUTIONS:The United States in a Global Economy; International Economic Institutions Since World War II.INTERNATIONAL TRADE:Comparative Advantage and the Gains from Trade; Comparative Advantage and Factor Endowments; Beyond Comparative Advantage; The Theory of Tariffs and Quotas; Commercial Policy; International Trade and Labor and Environmental Standards.INTERNATIONAL FINANCE: Trade and the Balance of Payments; Exchange Rates and Exchange Rate Systems; An Introduction to Open Economy Macroeconomics; International Financial Crises.REGIONAL ISSUES IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY:Economic Integration in North America; The European Union: Many Markets into One; Trade and Policy Reform in Latin America; Export-Oriented Growth in East Asia; China and India in the World Economy.

For all readers interested in international economics.

Comments

Beabandis Beabandis
I used this text at my college last semester for an upper-division course in economics--International Trade and Finance. Overall, it was a well-written, easy-to-read textbook. If I were asked to point out one of its faults, I would have to say that the author could have had, at times, broken the graphs down more simply than he did. Otherwise, economics is economics: Unless it is your thing, it is largely dry and boring. Still, the chapters that spoke directly to international trade theories were quite interesting.
Fenrikree Fenrikree
This book helped me in my college course and gave many graphs to help explain the text, but I feel that the conclusions really gave a good explanation of economics and how variables interact.
Ahieones Ahieones
had to get it for a class. Textbooks are overpriced
Wat!? Wat!?
Passed the class!
Akelevar Akelevar
I needed this textbook for an economics class I was taking. Well organized and explains concepts well.
Jugore Jugore
Book as described, great condition!
Alsath Alsath
it was perfect condition, better than I thought.
I read this book for an international studies class, but as an econ minor, i was really dissapointed. the book is targeted towards non-econ majors, i think, but it ended up just confusing most of my friends in the class who had no econ background. however, i did okay, not becuase of this book, but because of my own econ background that allowed me to fill in the gaps and understand the confusing explenations and definitions used in this book. there are better ways to say what gerber tried to say, in my opinion, so i would not recomend this book very highly. although it was decent, it could have been much better.