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Some depth is sacrificed, through, to hit on all of these topics.
Net Exports and International Finance Chapter Also, I pronciples, many of them are annoyed by the realization that what they teach or how they teach is of little practical value.
Rittenberg and Tregarthen help students to understand how real individuals actually work with economics.
John rittenberf it really liked it Aug 31, It will be easily readable and understood by students. Granted, I didn’t have magnifying glass in hand, but in all the material I read I don’t recall seeing a single grammatical faux pas.
Reena Patel marked it as to-read Jan 11, Published January 1st by Ingram first published November 4th Consumption and the Aggregate Expenditures Model Ot The Analysis of Consumer Choice Chapter 8: Thanks for telling us about the problem. This book includes all the usual principles topics, and then some.
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It is easily readable but I have also made some suggestions in re-arranging the flow of chapters. Antitrust Policy and Business Regulation Chapter I just feel obligated to give credit where credit is due–I’m not sure I can put anonymous on my syllabus.
It is in line with other high-priced texts. Marts Thinker added it Dec 26, Apparently someone’s little “soapbox” button got pushed. The World of Imperfect Competition should be spelled-out clearly: All the graphs and charts and tables are clear and uncluttered and generally user-friendly.
This is a real strength of the text. These folks did an admirable job of fairly and evenhandedly compelling students to understand far reaching ramifications and consequences of topics such as the unavoidable reality sometimes unpleasant of having limited choices, how not “black-and-white” antitrust policies can be in a complex world of international economies, the economics of environmentalism, causes and remedies for income inequality, poverty, and discrimination, and other hot-button issues.
Principles of Economics by Libby Rittenberg, Timothy Tregarthen
Madeline Noelle marked it as to-read Jun 21, For a text made available to Community of Learners, without any cost, it achieves the purpose like other high-priced textbooks. And even if I am unable to do so, I will almost certainly still manage to write many many words. On the Macroeconomics pibby, the flow between chapters 20 – 23 is a good one but I would suggest a re-arranging of the chapters so that Fiscal Policy Issues are addressed before gimothy Monetary Policy Chapters.
He obtained a voice-activated computer, recruited a co-author, Libby Rittenberg of Colorado College, and turned his attention to revising his principles of economics book.
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Comments More Try It Problems would be better. Konstantin Valiotti rated it liked it Jul 17, If I were the author, I would avoid mention of free goods to emphasize that virtually everything is scarce.
That stuff is spendy and lest we microeconokics, the point of OER materials is to bring costs to students down. Boy, this sure sounds an awful lot like 5 and to a lesser extent 6 above which reference “consistency” ,”framework”, “easily realigned” and other related concepts.
Principles of Microeconomics by Libby Rittenberg
Likewise, investigations into the inner goings on of present-day socialist economies will likely be of interest as they continue their unprecedented morphication? In other words, a good is scarce if it is limited. About the Book This book is intended for a two-semester course in Economics miceoeconomics out of the social sciences or business school.
I very much like the text and will consider it highly for adoption in my Principles of Economics Courses. Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply Chapter The authors are cultural sensitive and relevance.
From the references to Heraclitis in the preface to the effect of cancelled games on pro-basketball players’ earnings in a later chapter, the reading is peppered with references and examples designed to clarify potentially and actually complex social, political, economic, and mathematical concepts.
Economic Development Chapter Rittenberg and Tregarthen help students to understand how real individuals actually work with economics.
The Nature and Creation of Money Chapter