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Author(s)John Sloman / Keith Norris / Dean Garrett
Published27th September 2013
PublisherPearson Education Australia
University course codes
Charles Darwin University:CME101 - Principles of Economics
Charles Darwin University:ECO304 - Advanced Economics
Charles Darwin University:PRBE001 - Economics for Managers
Edith Cowan University (ECU):ECF1110 - Economics 1
Edith Cowan University (ECU):ECF1110 - Economics I
Southern Cross University:ECO10250 - Economics for Decision Making
University of New England (UNE):ECON406 - Economics for Management
University of Western Sydney (UWS):200525 - Principles of Economics
Principles of Economics is designed with one overriding aim: to make this exciting and highly relevant subject clear, accessible and easy to understand.
The text puts economics in the context of the real world, bringing the subject alive and giving students an insight into the economy in which we live and the economic forces that shape our lives.
The distinguishing features of this resource are its clarity and conciseness, which make Principles of Economics ideally suited to introductory courses in economics largely inhabited by business studies students and other non-economics majors.