This edition has been rewritten to take account of the latest international developments and the core material revised to ensure students have the best possible account of both theory and practice of the subject. The book provides the student with a thorough grounding in all the theoretical components of a first course in economics, supported with world-wide case studies. Learning aids such as chapter summaries, topics for review, discussion questions and a glossary of economic terms all help to guide the student through the course, whilst a lively four-colour text design, and over three hundred annotated figures present information in a stimulating format. A range of ancillary products to accompany the text includes a test bank of revision questions, instructor's manual and set of overhead transparency masters.
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Richard G. Lipsey is Professor Emeritus and Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Advanced Research, Simon Fraser University, in Vancouver, Canada. He is the author or co-author of a number of widely acclaimed textbooks that sell throughout the world. K. Alec Chrystal is Professor of Monetary Economics at City University Business School, London. He is currently (1997-1999) on leave, working as a research adviser at the Bank of England. He has also taught at Essex, Manchester and Sheffield Universities and has been an economic adviser in HM Treasury.Review:
"Balanced treatment of micro and macro; detailed explanation of fundamentals and critiques"
"Very clear analysis and explanations of key topics. Doesn't assume significant mathematical knowledge and essential maths. Is very clearly explained", L Matthews, University of Northumbria
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Descripción Oxford Univ Pr, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110198775881