Economics

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Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2006 - Economics - 750 pages
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Sloman's Economics has proven to be an extremely popular text, with consistently positive feedback from students. Comprehensive and completely up-to-date, this edition is the ideal introduction for students studying economics for the first time. And it's carefully designed to enhance learning and help your students to improve their marks too! Suitable for use on principles of economics courses on single or joint honours economics degree programmes, or on introductory economics courses as a part of a business, social science or other degree programme.

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hello there. I am an economics student, and I was given a project on John Sloman, Adam Smith and John Maynard Keynes, unfortunately I can't find much information about John Sloman. No Wiki answers, no biography on-line. Where do you suggest I look?

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