The Economic Way of Thinking

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Economics - 573 pages
This text provides an in-depth discussion of a limited, but important set of economic principles and concepts. These tools of analysis are then applied to a wide variety of familiar situations. The aim of this book is to help students think by developing the insights into economic theory and applying these theories to numerous real-world examples.

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Contents

THE ECONOMIC WAY OF THINKING
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OPPORTUNITY COST
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A PROCESS
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