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by Robin Wells,Rosemary Cunningham,Elizabeth Sawyer-Kelley,Martha Olney,Paul Krugman

Free eBook Microeconomics  Study Guide download ISBN: 071676699X
Author: Robin Wells,Rosemary Cunningham,Elizabeth Sawyer-Kelley,Martha Olney,Paul Krugman
Publisher: Worth Publishers; First Edition edition (December 30, 2004)
Language: English
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Subcategory: Business and Finance
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Study Guide to Accompany Microeconomics by Paul J. Krugman and Robin Wells, (Rosemary Cunningham and Elizabeth Sawyer Kelly, authors; Martha Olney, consultant). New York: Worth Publishers, 2005. 9. Study Guide to Accompany Intermediate Macroeconomics, by J. Bradford DeLong, San Francisco: McGraw-Hill, 2002. Refereed Journal Articles. Chapter 10 of The Routledge Handbook of Major Events in Economic History.

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microeconomics Paul Krugman Princeton University Robin Wells Princeton University worth publishers To beginning students everywhere, which we all were at one time. Worth Publishers 41 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10010 ww. orthpublishers. com About the Authors Paul Krugman is Professor of Economics at Princeton University, where he regularly teaches the principles course. He received his BA from Yale and his PhD from MIT.

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Paul Krugman is arguably the best "explainer" among major economists today; I have previously enjoyed many of his popular books (Pop Internationalism, The Return of Depression Econonomics, etc.). Here he applies his gift to a major textbook. I read the book from cover-to-cover and found it well worth the effort. Macro, unlike micro, is a very non-intuitive, mainly because the whole is more than just a simple addition of the parts which leads to paradoxes everywhere (example: in a closed economy, if everyone saves too much, everyone will get poorer). I was pleasantly surprised at the lack of calculus and advanced maths - the authors develop intuition about difficult concepts in plain English aided by cleverly chosen metaphors and diagrams. Last but not least, appropriate references to the recent (2008) financial crisis are found in nearly every chapter - something that is sorely lacking in other textbooks on the subject. I highly recommend this book even for people lacking any prior background in economics.
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The kindle edition is pretty terrible. I was having a hard time where the 'swipe to turn page' functionality wasn't working on my kindle paperwhite, - you'd swipe and it would work for a few pages, then you'd be teleported back to a page you've already read. Super frustrating when you are trying to read a book for a test on Monday.

I loaded the book on to my old spare, a kindle voyage with buttons for page turns, thinking it was interpriting my swipes as presses or something. Nope, same problem if I use the voyage and use the button to turn pages.
This arrive in HORRID condition, barely held together, pages were rearranged and there was random pieces of thin cardboard in the book. Be careful who you buy this from.

The book itself taught me nothing my class didn't teach me, if you're buying this for a course, consider waiting to see if you REALLY need it.
Personally, I thought the quality was perfectly fine, it seems to be the same quality as a regular book, without the $200+ cost of having a hard cover. I wish more books came in loose left as this book has. This is my first loose leaf book and certainly will not be my last as long as other publishers offer them. Maybe economic books are offered in loose leaf because the publisher knows us economic students understand " opportunity cost..."

Cheaper books, offer the same value as the more expensive ones, however, one does have to put in binder rings for those books, or use a standard binder. If you are in college, you better be able to do this much. ;)

I just completed my microeconomics and although I did enjoy this book and the stories in it, having videos to teach how to make the requires graphics is essential when taking exams. Thank goodness for Salman Khan who created Khan Academy. If you are taking a micro or macro economics class, you will want to look at the videos on Khan Academy along with this book to practice making Production Possibilities Curves (PPC), Demand and Supply (D&S) graphs, Floors and Ceiling, Effect of Taxes (Buyer/Supplier), Marginal Cost (MC), Marginal Benefit (MB), Consumer and Producer Surplus, Short and Long Run Cost, Perfectly Competitive Product Market Structure, Imperfectly Competitive Product Market Structure (Monopolistically Competitive, Pure Monopoly), External Costs and Benefits, Marginal Utility/Total Utility, etc...
Perfect book for economics, the graphs are a bit off and they can do better at explaining each subject as well as how they get all of their numbers, though overall great print and clear to read.
I am tutoring a student whose class is using this book; we have reached the discussion of money and monetary policy: I find the book very easy to use since the explanations are crystal clear and strike just the right balance between "too simple" and "too technical."
I used this book in my undergrad and again in a first course in a Masters and is very useful for anyone starting in the Economics world. Krugman uses very clear examples. Just remember that some comments are a little biased toward the importance of government in the economy, but nothing that will make me not recommend it.
Charged full price, even though returned late.