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This text presents basic economics through a lively, non-biased, student-friendly discussion of economic issues and of the policy perspectives surrounding them. It effectively balances liberal and conservative viewpoints and incorporates solid international coverage. Student understanding is enhanced through an exceptionally clear writing style, and by leaving out or relegating to appendices complex topics more appropriate for a Principles of Economics course.
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Jacqueline Murray Brux received her Ph.D. in Economics in 1983 from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. A respected economic professional, Dr. Brux's area of expertise is the economic development of developing countries. Her research encompasses the area of economic development, with special focus on women in development and the effects of structural reforms. Dr. Brux's international experiences include work and research in the countries of Burkina Faso and Ghana in West Africa; Mexico, Chile, and Cuba in Latin America; Russia; and Vietnam.Review:
I think you've done a nice of job of sequencing the discussion in this book. I appreciate the early introduction of supply/demand analysis...the topics you have chosen are great applications of the analytical tools I like to teach my students.
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Book Description South-Western College Pub, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0324108567