Economics 101: From Consumer Behavior to Competitive Markets--Everything You Need to Know About Economics
Simon and Schuster, 2 Oca 2016 - 256 sayfa
So much of the world revolves around economics, so why do most texts make it so dull and difficult to learn? But learning economics doesn’t have to be boring. In Economics 101, you’ll see how learning economics can be engaging.
Too often, textbooks turn the noteworthy details of economics into tedious discourse that would put even Joseph Stiglitz to sleep. Economics 101 cuts out the boring explanations and instead provides a hands-on lesson that keeps you engaged as you explore how societies allocate their resources for maximum benefit.
From quantitative easing to marginal utility, this primer is packed with hundreds of entertaining tidbits and concepts that you won't be able to get anywhere else. You’ll learn the basics on terms such as, monopolies and oligopolies, game theory, inflation, price ceilings, and so much more. Have you ever wondered about the origin of banking or how banks create money? You’ll find those answers here.
Whether you're looking to master the major principles of finance, or just want to learn more about why money matters, Economics 101 has all the answers—even the ones you didn't know you were looking for.
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