Economicsby Paul Krugman, Robin Wells Published 6 4 2007
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Economics: European Edition is the ideal text for introductory economics, bringing together an international scope of real world examples and economic theory. The text is supported by a number of features to enhance student understanding as well as supplements to consolidate the learning process.
I haven't yet read this whole book, but I much prefer this textbook to Mankiw pr Perloff because Krugman owns up to the shortcomings of economics as a discipline up front and then consistently thereafter. He mentions non-marketable goods and where the market fails in the first chapter. He mentions the difference between needs and wants, and how that creates problems. Mankiw and Perloff minimize or ignore such discussions and lay out economics as if it is an objective philosophy for all life.
Reading this against my will.
a masterwork on wrong approaches: the neoclassical textbook
The micro and macro economic concepts were well-explained. Additionally, the textbook was full of relevant examples from the market which helped me gain a better insight of the topic.
Insightful look at global competitiveness and the forces of economic change. Reading this a few years after the original publishing, several of the trends have continued, and we have experienced a global economic crash. Mr. Friedman does not hesitate to express his opinions which makes for good debatable content. This is one of those books that you have to be able to reference when talking about today's economic climate, and starting a business in this new, flat world.