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The Economics Companion

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 304
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Macmillan Student Companions Series

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15 December 2011

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An invaluable resource for those considering and starting degree courses in Economics. It introduces readers to the core theories and techniques of economics and presents some of the most interesting controversies and wider...

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An invaluable resource for those considering and starting degree courses in Economics. It introduces readers to the core theories and techniques of economics and presents some of the most interesting controversies and wider themes. It is an essential guide for those wanting to study the subject successfully.

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Author has experience teaching at pre-university level and has written the book appropriately
Accessible outline of all the?core areas and techniques taught in an economics degree making it an invaluable resource for students throughout their studies

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PART I: WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT AND HOW TO STUDY IT
What is Economics?
Why Study Economics?
What to Expect From Your Economics Course
Studying Economics Successfully
PART II: INTRODUCING SMALLER-SCALE ANALYSIS – THE MICROECONOMIC WORLD
What Consumers Buy
How Much Producers Make and Sell
When Consumers and Producers Interact
When the Interaction Goes Wrong
PART III: INTRODUCING LARGER-SCALE ANALYSIS: THE MACROECONOMIC WORLD
The Size of the Economy
Demand and Supply but on a Bigger Scale
Unemployment, Money and Inflation
The Economy in its International Setting
PART IV: HOW IT HAS ALL COME ABOUT
The Evolution of Economics Itself
The Masters of the Subject
PART V: WHERE ELSE TO LOOK
Recommended Resources
INDEX.

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GRAHAM MALLARD teaches Economics at Marlborough College and is a researcher in the Department of Economics at the University of Bath, UK. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge, is the author of Transport Economics: Theory, Application and Policy with Professor Stephen Glaister CBE, and is waiting to receive his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bath.

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GRAHAM MALLARD teaches Economics at Marlborough College and is a researcher in the Department of Economics at the University of Bath, UK. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge, is the author of Transport Economics: Theory, Application and Policy with Professor Stephen Glaister CBE, and is waiting to receive his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bath.

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