Economics: Student Workbook and Reader

 
9780130166050: Economics: Student Workbook and Reader

This comprehensive Economics Student Workbook and Reader, designed to accompany Economics, Fourth edition, by John Sloman, has become a best seller in its own right and is used widely by students and tutors throughout the UK, Europe and South-East Asia.

Its unique approach of combining in one book a comprehensive set of questions of various types with articles from newspapers and journals, makes it an invaluable guide for any student of economics, as well as a useful teaching aid for tutors.

Economics Students Workbook and Reader allows students to experience a more interactive approach to the study of economics, applying the theories, working through the problems, analysing data, examining and discussing case studies, and gathering information from a variety of sources.

There are over 1500 questions and assignments, with worked answers for all review questions and problems. There are also numerous recent newspaper and journal articles, many serving as case studies to illustrate theory or discuss particular economic problems or policies.

Economics Student Workbook and Reader Fourth edition, will be an indispensable tool for students looking to better their understanding of core economics concepts through self-study or as part of a seminar or tutorial component to their introductory course.


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ECONOMICS WORKBOOK AND READER
FOURTH EDITION

This comprehensive Economics Student Workbook and Reader, designed to accompany Economics, Fourth edition, by John Sloman, has become a best seller in its own right and is used widely by students and tutors throughout the UK, Europe and South-East Asia.
Its unique approach of combining in one book a comprehensive set of questions of various types with articles from newspapers and journals, makes it an invaluable guide for any student of economics, as well as a useful teaching aid for tutors.
Economics Students Workbook and Reader allows students to experience a more interactive approach to the study of economics, applying the theories, working through the problems, analysing data, examining and discussing case studies, and gathering information from a variety of sources.
There are over 1500 questions and assignments, with worked answers for all review questions and problems. There are also numerous recent newspaper and journal articles, many serving as case studies to illustrate theory or discuss particular economic problems or policies.
FEATURES
Each chapter corresponds to a chapter in the main text and includes the following features-
§ A review of key concepts
§ Review questions of a range of different types- multiple choice, ordering and matching, verbal, numeric, delete wrong answer, true/false and diagrammatic
§ Longer problems and exercises
§ Data response questions
§ Student projects
§ Discussion topics and essay questions
§ An average of three articles per chapter drawn from a range of newspapers and periodicals. There is a brief introduction to each article and set of questions at the end of each one.
Economics Student Workbook and Reader Fourth edition, will be an indispensable tool for students looking to better their understanding of core economics concepts through self-study or as part of a seminar or tutorial component to their introductory course.
'…the workbook is flawless - only someone teaching economics as long as Sloman has could have written it.' Mark Blaug (need to get confirmation of this quote)
John Sloman & Mark Sutcliffe are both at the University of West England and bring many years of teaching experience to bear in producing a workbook that meets the needs of the modern student.

About the Author:

John Sloman is Director of the Economics Network, the economics subject centre of the Higher Education Academy. Economics Network is based at the University of Bristol. John is also Visiting Professor at the University of the West of England, Bristol

Peter Smith is Senior Lecturer in the Economics Division at the University of Southampton. He is also Editor of the Economic Review.

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