A Student's Guide to Economics

by Paul Heyne

Paperback, 2000


Intercollegiate Studies Institute (2000), 64 pages


Paul Heyne, one of the nation's best-selling economists, provides an accessible overview of the discipline of economics. Economic knowledge, he contends, is not complete without reference to the totality of human society-a realization essential to a proper understanding of the fundamental principles of economics. The sweep of economic thinking is presented here with reference to the great economists and important schools of thought.


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64 p.; 5.16 inches


1882926447 / 9781882926442

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