Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics Mankiw s Principles of Economics textbooks continue to be the most popular and widely used text in the economics classroom PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS th Edition features a strong revision of conte

  • Title: Principles of Microeconomics
  • Author: N. Gregory Mankiw
  • ISBN: 9780324319163
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mankiw s Principles of Economics textbooks continue to be the most popular and widely used text in the economics classroom PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS, 4th Edition features a strong revision of content in all 22 chapters while maintaining the clear and accessible writing style that is the hallmark of the highly respected author The 4th edition also features an expandedMankiw s Principles of Economics textbooks continue to be the most popular and widely used text in the economics classroom PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS, 4th Edition features a strong revision of content in all 22 chapters while maintaining the clear and accessible writing style that is the hallmark of the highly respected author The 4th edition also features an expanded instructor s resource package designed to assist instructors in course planning and classroom presentation and full integration of content with Aplia, the leading online Economics education program In the 4th edition Greg Mankiw has created a full educational program for students and instructors Experience Mankiw 4th edition I have tried to put myself in the position of someone seeing economics for the first time My goal is to emphasize the material that students should and do find interesting about the study of the economy N Gregory Mankiw.

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    1. First 22 chapters of Mankiw'sPrinciples of Economics contains this book. I couldn't find any reliable information about differences of these two books when choosing which one to read so I felt obligated to share it.

    2. FANTASTIC Text Book. Mankiw explanes principles in an incredible way. Reading this book gives the reader the lexicon and understanding needed to proceed in additional economic reading and a framework to develop strong articulate opinions on economic outcomes.

    3. Its good, A lot of financial terms are used but even if you are new to economics you won't get a single ounce of difficulty to understand it.The way this book has connected each and every thing illustrated with real life and society make it easy for us to get absorbed in it. If you are new to macroeconomics this book is something I would recommend to everyone. Writing style of this book is textbook type and sometime you do think that this is a textbook, but the transition of chapters from one to [...]

    4. While Principles of Microeconomics is still as easy to read as Principles of Macroeconomics, there's a lot of copying and pasting from one book to another for the first eight chapters. This textbook also skims a lot of important topics and is very, very heavy on the laissez-faire free market belief when Microeconomics is supposed to be exploring other types of markets and regulating markets.

    5. Everyone should read an economics textbook and this is a good one. Most of the big concepts are simple to understand but incredibly powerful. Things like opportunity cost, comparative advantage, importance of incentives, dead weight loss, etc. they can help you understand how we might fix some of the big problems in both society and within our own lives. This is not exciting reading but I think it’s important reading.

    6. Was a good book to start with. Almost covers the basics of this subject. Each chapter has question that would help you to build the basic blocks, dont miss out those questions. Everything is simple and clean. Dont give a second thought if you want to learn more.

    7. Extremely clear, anecdotal explanation of Economics. Makes very distant concepts tangible to the unexposed first year college student.

    8. This is a pretty readable book covering a lot of the major topics, but I still didn't particularly enjoy it because it is intended to be a first-year course in Microeconomics and seems to leave out any Calculus-based analysis and many other topics that I consider to be core Microeconomic concepts like production and labor, and more elaborate studies in Game Theory. I suppose such a course is acceptable for students who cannot handle difficult subjects, like business majors. And so I still gave i [...]

    9. This was one of the text books I had to read for an "Economics for Public Finance" in my policy program. I took macro in undergrad and read some text books on my own on economics thereafter so that is what I have to compare Mankiw to. This book deserves a review and 5 star rating because, while it's still just a general economic concept text book, it does its job incredibly well. Mankiw's style is extremely clear and he does a much better job than other text books in making the conceptual both e [...]

    10. Lays on the laissez-faire free market stuff very very thick. Mankiw makes some fairly basic fallacies of equation (e.g. his ideas on net job gains from breakdown of trade barriers fail to differentiate between types of jobs -- such as programming vs. Wal-Mart checkout clerk) but generally a decent economics book that nicely explain why many commonly held economic beliefs are uninformed knee-jerk mistakes.

    11. I had access to an online version through Aplia and I read that too. The writing style is excellent and the layouts are nice, but I would have liked the formulas to be explained better. I had to review other books and ask friends for help on early homework probs. So if it's been a few years (or ahem, ten) since you've done algebra or calculus, get yourself a companion guide.

    12. On the plus side this is a fairly well written and easy to understand textbook about a less than thrilling topic. On the down side, the author was an economic adviser to George W. Bush. This shows in his ardent belief of supply side economics and his cursory attention to equity. The book's online problems are helpful.

    13. This book was assigned to me by my college now class .But I must say, for a textbook, this was actually not a bad read.The language was not extra serious and it gave many examples that helped me understand different concepts because it was easy to relate too. I think this would be my favorite textbook I ever read .

    14. Pretty good macro-econ text. This text works in tandem with online Aplia homework assignments but does fall short in some areas--equations are not always throughly explained (some times a formula isn't even given) and Aplia questions are not always answerable from information in the textGreat text, but needs to be revised to work better with it's sister work online.

    15. similar to Samuelson but a bit easier and better illustrated. my only criticism is that although id expect a micro book to be inclined towards laissez faire, but this book was a bit too inclined, it presented saving as always a positive aspiration and neglected many market failures.

    16. As far as text books go this text book explained the principles very clearly, with useful modern Canadian (where applicable) examples, things I could relate to. It had visual reminders all through the book when one of the principles was mentioned. I passed. The book works :-)

    17. I wouldn't ordinarily put a textbook on here, but I've been using this one to teach myself, surprise surprise, the principles of microeconomics. So far, I find it easy to grasp and strongly grounded in reality.

    18. A must-read book for everyone who hasn't had microeconomics in their undergrad. The book offers simple, concise explanations of the main concepts (supply, demand, competition etc).

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