Microeconomics: Principles, Problems, and Policies

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McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2005 - Business & Economics - 488 pages
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McConnell-Brue's Principles of Microeconomics, 16e is the best-selling Principles of Microeconomics textbook and has been teaching students in a clear, unbiased way for 40 years. The 15th edition grew market share because of its clear and careful treatment of principles of economics concepts, its balanced coverage, and its patient explanations. More students have learned their principles of Economics from McConnell-Brue than any other text—12 million of them. The 16th edition is a revision that delivers a tight and modern book. We are also pleased to introduce an exciting fully-integrated software system called DiscoverEcon featuring Paul Solman—DiscoverEcon software, brand-new videos that teach economic concepts in a fun and engaging way, and more, all in one convenient software package. The 16th edition is fully revised and current. AND, this edition has a fully-integrated software system called DiscoverEcon with Paul Solman Videos. This consists of revised and expanded DiscoverEcon software with 30+ brand-new videos that teach economic concepts in a fun and engaging way.

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Campbell R. McConnell taught at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln from 1953 through 1990.

Stanley L. Brue is a professor at Pacific Lutheran University.

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