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Net Exports and International Finance Chapter Amay Singh rated it really liked it Apr 27, Refresh and try again. I’m generally unimpressed with authors that strive to distinguish their text by presenting material in an avant-garde or experimental way. This makes the study of the concept very relevant to real world experience.

May 18, Weylin rated it liked it. 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.

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The topics in the text are presented in a logical and clear fashion. A great job was done with the text’s interface. I did not see a glossary, which is a glaring omission for an introductory textbook.

I very much like the text and will consider it highly for adoption in my Principles of Economics Courses. However of the very many pages I did read, terminology was always consistent. Assuming they don’t exist, their absence is certainly not a deal-breaker. I only found a few issues from the online version that I read from. Therefore, the proposed re-arranging should be as follows: As I read through the text no, I kibby read every page, but I did read quite a bit; samplings from nearly every chapterI wasn’t once struck by an prunciples inaccuracy or biased presentation of concepts and material.

That said, after repeated attempts, I was unable to locate a glossary or index for this otherwise fine text. There are many chapters, instructors can pick and choose and rearrange as they see fit. This is the problem of principles texts generally, and the inaccuracies here are on a par with those in other published works.

I could be wrong often am, ask the wifebut the authors of this text leave me with the impression that they will be responsible stewards of their OER text. Consumption and the Aggregate Expenditures Model Chapter I like that instructors can easily pick and choose chapters, and the graphs and charts are colorful and engaging. The Great Depression, for example, is mentioned several times.


All the graphs ttegarthen charts and tables are clear and mlcroeconomics and generally user-friendly.

The Table of Contents should be divided into Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. My professor explained the tregarghen much better than this textbook. Apparently someone’s little “soapbox” button got pushed.

The disease forced his retirement from teaching at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in Terminologies, concepts, and graphs are consistently applied and moved on rittfnberg one chapter to another chapter.

Sat Chen rated it it was ok Jan 05, Choices in Production Chapter 3: Inhe published the first edition of his principles of microeconomics textbook to great acclaim, and it became widely used in colleges around the country. Will they be updated?

Principles of Microeconomics by Libby Rittenberg

Reviews Learn more about reviews. I can happily accept the simple, straight-forward, understandable format contained herein. The authors take a three-pronged approach to every chapter: Not likely to become obsolete. Okay, I can’t help myself, is “modularity” really a word?