Principles of Microeconomics: Global Financial Crisis Edition

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Cengage Learning, Jun 15, 2009 - Business & Economics - 592 pages
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Help your students stay up to date with the current global financial crisis as recognized economic expert John B. Taylor and co-author Akila Weerapana provide a special revised edition of their popular PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS, 6E. John Taylor, former Undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, combines his expertise on today's issues with co-author Akila Weerapana's fresh focus on the needs of today's students. Updated graphs, figures, and popular learning features, such as Economics in the News and Economics in Action, present the latest issues and data, including coverage of the Obama Administration. This clearly written text, well known for its coverage of modern policy issues, continues to offer concise yet thorough coverage of current economic theories. Refreshing examples, engaging applications, and proven end-of-chapter problems simplify advanced topics and make them accessible to your students. In addition, Aplia, the leading online homework solution in educational publishing today, is available as part of a complete supplement package that further ensures your students' thorough understanding of economic developments as they happen.
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John Taylor, a journalist for more than two decades, has been a contributing editor at New York magazine and a senior writer for Esquire. He lives in East Moriches, New York.

Akila Weerapana is Associate Professor of Economics at Wellesley College. He was born and raised in Sri Lanka and came to the United States to complete his undergraduate work at Oberlin College, where he earned a B.A. with highest honors in Economics and Computer Science in 1994. Inspired by his professors at Oberlin, he attended graduate school at Stanford University. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford in 1999, writing his dissertation in monetary economics under the mentorship of Dr. John Taylor. Having taught several classes at Stanford while he was a graduate student, Dr. Weerapana was determined to pursue a career as a liberal arts college professor, combining his research interests with the opportunity to teach economics to gifted college students. Since 1999 Dr. Weerapana has taught more than 800 students at the Economics Department at Wellesley College. His teaching interests span all levels of the department's curriculum, including introductory and intermediate macroeconomics, international finance, monetary economics and mathematical economics. He was awarded Wellesley's Pinanski Prize for Excellence in Teaching in 2002. He has advised many students who have pursued graduate studies in economics or who have worked in economic research at the Federal Reserve. In addition to teaching, Dr. Weerapana's research interests focus on macroeconomics, specifically in the areas of monetary economics, international finance and political economy.

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