Principles of Economics, Volume 1
His most recent book--"Principles of Economics"--is the most talked about economics text of our time and will likely teach the next generations of undergrads the laws of supply and demand. We're sure his columns for "Fortune" will be as informative and elegant.
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Introduce to economics
aggregate demand aggregate-supply curve amount average total cost bank benefits buyers and sellers capital cars Chapter consider consumer surplus consumption countries curve shifts deadweight loss demand curve dollar domestic earn economists economy's effect efficiency elasticity of demand equals equilibrium price example exchange rate Explain exports falls Figure firms foreign investment graph growth higher ice cream important income increase indifference curves interest rate IQUICK QUIZ Isoland Isolandian labor less loanable funds long-run marginal cost measure monetary money supply monopolist monopoly opportunity cost panel percent Phillips curve pizza policymakers potatoes price elasticity price level producer surplus production possibilities frontier profit quantity demanded quantity of money quantity supplied raise reduce rises saving sell short-run shows slope spending steel supply and demand supply curve Suppose tax rates theory tion total revenue total surplus trade tradeoff U.S. economy unemployment United variables wage workers world price