by Roberto G. Medina
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Many people find economics a boring subject. But how can it be when the topics discussed here delve with the economic well-being of nations and individuals.
When a freshman student takes a look at the contents of a standard book in economics, he finds it laced with algebraic equations and graphs that could not be appreciated unless a diligent reading of the text is made. But that would be assuming that the student will have the inclination to read many pages of interlinking concepts. Failing to understand one will prevent him from understanding the succeeding ones. That is precisely the reason why some writers find it necessary to devise a means of presenting ideas in the most understandable and enjoyable manner possible. Some writers, both foreign and local, are successful in that aspect. Many of the illustrations and examples provided by them are down-to-earth enough to be appreciated by the beginner.
Books in economics are not as many as those in other areas like management and marketing. It is presumed that another title will be a welcome addition. This book is intended as an introductory course in economics. It contains sixteen relevant chapters in Basic Economics including Agrarian Reform and Taxation. Each chapter is provided with a listing of important terms to remember, review questions, and references for further inquiry if the reader finds it necessary to do so.
Overall, this book is an attempt to provide the students with an alternative book in Introductory Economics.
|Author(s)||Roberto G. Medina|
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