The starting point for this text is the study and practice of business, not economics. With this central principle guiding the topic coverage, the student is introduced only to economics which is relevant to them as business students. This practical approach makes this text ideal for those teaching economics to business students.
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Extensive supplementary support. The text is equipped with a Companion website and an Instructors Resource CD-ROM
A Comprehensive index, including reference to all defined terms
A wealth of interesting material and case studies, which show how economics can be used to understand real business situations
Coverage of all major topics of economics, but also includes several specialist business chapters and sections (e.g. the business environment, marketing the product, growth strategies, the small-firm sector, multinational corporations, etc.)
Provides a balanced coverage of microeconomic, macroeconomic and international economic issues, with the emphasis on the economics and environment of business
Web references at the end of each chapter
FT Reports at the beginning of each section, which examine topical news stories
A range of features to aid learning, including: Definitions in the margin of all key terms; Review questions; A comprehensive Web appendix; Chapter summaries; Technical terms highlighted clearly in the marginFrom the Back Cover:
The third edition of this highly successful textbook is direct and readable, with a firm focus on applying economic principles to the real world of business. It has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect current issues and is therefore ideal for a first course in economics taking a business perspective.
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This textbook is accompanied by an outstanding Companion Website, full of resources for students. These include: multiple-choice questions for each chapter; monthly updated links to news articles, with questions and commentary; hotlinks to related websites; case studies referenced in the main text; and answers to questions in the text.
About the authors
John Sloman lectures in the School of Economics at the University of the West of England. He is also Director of the Economics Subject Centre of the UK government-funded Learning and Teaching Support Network (LTSN) for higher education. Economics LTSN is based at the University of Bristol.
Mark Sutcliffe is based at Bristol Business School at the University of the West of England and has many years of experience teaching economics to business studies students.
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