Study Guide for Essentials of Economics is a valuable support tool for the student using Essentials of Economics. It provides several important features that contribute to a good course which cannot be included in the standard textbook, and if used correctly it will improve understanding of, and ability to apply, economic principles to everyday decision-making. The book contains self-test questions, problems and projects, and perspectives in economics. Topics covered in the text include economic approaches, tools of the economist, supply, demand, and the market process, and money and the banking system. An answer key is provided at the end of the book. This text is intended for students of economics.Many Republicans, particularly in the Senate, had been urging the President to raise taxes by at least two times the relatively modest ... Even if Mr. Reagan succeeds in cutting spending further, they say, he cana#39;t cut it enough to makeup for last yeara#39;s big tax cuts and the ... If Congress should prove unable to produce any budget resolution, the Presidenta#39;s budget-cutting effort could wither. ... aThe Republican Party got in 1981 what parties rarely get in Americaaconsensus, a says Rep.
|Title||:||Study Guide for Essentials of Economics|
|Author||:||J. R. Clark|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2014-05-10|