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Study Guide to Accompany Gwartney, Stroup, and Clark's Essentials of Economics

2nd Edition - January 1, 1985

Author: J.R. Clark

Language: English
eBook ISBN:
9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 2 - 6 2 9 2 - 5

Study Guide to Accompany Gwartney, Stroup, and Clark's Essentials of Economics, Second Edition provides additional features which can be used as reference for students who are… Read more

Study Guide to Accompany Gwartney, Stroup, and Clark's Essentials of Economics

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Study Guide to Accompany Gwartney, Stroup, and Clark's Essentials of Economics, Second Edition provides additional features which can be used as reference for students who are using the textbook "Essentials of Economics, Second Edition." The book sections contain self-tests and challenge questions which are so designed that the student who can answer the self-test questions will consistently be able to answer those found in the "Instructor's Manual and Test Bank." The text encourages the student to follow four steps to get the most out of the study guide. The student should follow these steps: (1) Actively participate in the learning process; (2) Seek out prompt, accurate feedback regarding what the student has learned; (3) Learn the relevance of the concepts; and (4) Learn to address economic issues and policies critically. The book covers question topics, such as supply, demand, market process, public sector, aggregate demand, and equilibrium in a simple Keynesian model. The book also deals with questions and problems on skill acquisition, job market, and gains from international trade. The text will be a valuable aid to many students of economics whether they are economics majors are just taking the subject as a requirement in another course. Professors and lecturers of economics and business courses will also benefit from it.