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Critical Thinking in Economics
All of us engage in economic thinking: in our personal lives, in business decisions, even in choosing government policies. Economic thinking is all about making difficult choices, and critical economic thinking is all about being aware of how one thinks about economic issues so that one can make the best decisions possible.
This book helps students to become more effective economic thinkers regardless of whether their interests center on personal matters, business affairs, or government policy. This text focuses on how economists think, and it can be used either as a complement to a standard economics textbook (which focuses on the subject of economics) or as a standalone text for those who already know something of economics and wish to improve their ability to use and apply that knowledge.
This book introduces students to the nature of the economic thinking process and then takes them step by step through the details of that process so that they can understand the how of economic thinking. And because thinking is a skill and skills can only be learned with practice, students are also provided with a number of exercises throughout the book so that they have the chance to learn and to hone their skills and make critical economic thinking their own.
Publisher: Kona Publishing & Media Group; 2nd edition (2012)
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