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Economic Concepts for the Social Sciences

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ISBN-10: 0521796776

ISBN-13: 9780521796774

Edition: 2001

Authors: Todd Sandler

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The primary purpose of this book is to present some of the key economic concepts that have guided economic thinking in the last century and to identify which of these concepts will continue to direct economic thought in the coming decades. This book is written in an accessible manner and is intended for a wide audience with little or no formal training in economics. It should also interest economists who want to reflect on the direction of the discipline and to learn concepts and achievements in other subfields. The author imparts his enthusiasm for the economic way of reasoning and its wide applicability. Through the abundant use of illustrations and examples, the author makes concepts…    
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Book details

List price: $35.99
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 9/17/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 300
Size: 6.02" wide x 9.02" long x 0.71" tall
Weight: 0.902
Language: English

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