Essentials of Economics 8th Edition by Schiller, Bradley published by McGraw-Hill/Irwin PaperbackAuthor:
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I thought the explanations of the graphs were the most helpful.read more
I used this for outlining and elaborate on my class notes.
This book has no need for improvement. I would recommend this book for students majoring in business, accounting, and economics.read more
The primare subject for this book is for microeconomics. This is effictive in covering the subject through its concepts and real-world scenarios.
Each chapter was very useful. I found it to help me thoroughly throughout my semester! Is a great learning toolread more
Nothing everything was great! I wouldn't change anything about it.
Very good, I have taken a lot of math and accounting classes, but this tells how the economy works and what is needed as far as labor vs. employment rates and the input and output of production.read more
I enjoyed Human Resource Law, it will definitely help me in my future as a Health Care Manager, in that treating people fairly, prevent discrimination on the job and what to do if I have certain issues with employees and the right way to handle things.
It was a basic economics class that was necessary for continuing education in my subject field. This class was not a very hard class but needed to be attended and the book was a main part of this class because the professor used it a lot.read more
It was necessary for homework and projects that really helped me pass this class
The mathematical equations. They didn't explain in detail how to figure out the formulas. I am not that good in algebra.read more
How economics worked on a global scale. The definitions on the side pages were also very helpful.
Good book. The material was explained using charts and graphs...bullets and heading and side notes. This is why I could keep up with this course...it simplified the information and offered examples to help illustrate. There were key terms that were highlighted and the summary at the end of each chapter was helpful.read more
Honestly, it was crafted really well. Maybe a CD could have helped and maybe it could have been interactive or there could be a website that offers additional support in understanding the material (especially with the graphs).
the assignments after each chapter was the least helpful for me. could be because i am in online class and we didn't use those exercisesread more
the index made it very easy to find the information
Was very clear and easy to read out of. Very beneficial graphs and pictures.read more
Bold words or something that reference graphs in the text.
The science and man's understanding of economics supply and demand. The terminology science of circulating the meaning of the foundation of the importance of a strong economy with the stimulus help of government and the treasury bonds to avoid recessions and depressions. A book that clearly defines the definitions and strong asset regulations of economics. The book defines all the occasions.read more
The history of the writer. I just want to read the research of economics and the importance with all the parts to benefit me in the business world.
I enjoyed this book. It broke Economics down so that I could easily understand it. The real life examples that they used while incorporating the actual Economic terms made this book very user friendly.read more
This book was used for Economics 101. It was a beginning class to Economics, and showed you a little insight on how the industry is ran.
I liked that it added in some humor and many examples were relatable to college students. It was helpful as well to have Headlines in every chapter, providing real-world examples so we could see how the subject we're learning is applicable in every day life.read more
This book's primary subject was micro and macroeconomics which I thought it did a very well job on covering. Very effective organization of chapters and subjects making it easy to take notes on.