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Pub Date: 2011
Campbell McConnell is the author of Microeconomics, published 2011 under ISBN 9780077337735 and 0077337735. Two hundred ninety nine Microeconomics textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, twenty eight used from the cheapest price of $24.15, or buy new starting at $84.94. [read more]
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I think it would have been better if there were answers to assignments included at the back of the book. But overall, it was a good book.read more
This was one of the best Economics book that I have read so far. It explains the material clearly in a way that is very easy to understand. It just made me fall in love with the course more.
I found the examples they provided were very insightful and gave me a great view on the world of economics.read more
One of the many things I learned from this book was that the world is ran by first world countries and globalization is affecting a lot of the economically developing ones.
It used a lot of diagrams which made the information easier to understand.read more
Overall, learning about how companies make very crucial decisions. I eventually want to open my own business someday, so it is important that I understand how to handle and issues that could appear.
The book needed more examples and better questions at the end of each chapter.read more
The primary subject of this book was microeconomics, and was very effective covering the subject.
The book is very educational. Sorry that they made a new edition. The author is very incisive with the information given. Would purchase this one again if necessary. The book is very eductional. Wish they kept this edition. the author is quite awesome.read more
The book is very educational. Sorry that they made a new edition. The author is very incisive with the information given. Would purchase this one again if necessary. The book is very eductional. Wish they kept this edition. the author is quite awesome.
This book was used for Microeconomics and was extremely helpful for the class.read more
The most interesting thing learned in the book was regarding healthcare and the Affordable Healthcare act (Obamacare). I thought it was interesting because of the importance of having healthcare and understanding the significance of Obamacare.
Explain more of the real word applications and leave out some of the unnecessary information. Overall I though it was a great book and learned a great deal form the book.read more
I really liked how they explained the basics rather well and got to the point like the the Supply and Demand chapters as well as how the chapters were formatted.
Microeconomics and it touched on everything that was covered in the lecture.read more
Economics' role in our society. From utility to tariffs, this book has it.
The definitions in the book, as well as the graphs, were most helpful to me because it was very explanatory when trying to understand.read more
If I could change anything about this book it would be how the explained elasticity because I found this a very difficult subject to understand.
I took a one-semester undergraduate course in the introductory of microeconomics.read more
The microeconomics book examination material that is usually taught in a one-semester undergraduate course in the introductory of microeconomics. This aspect of economics deals with the principles of economics that apply to the analysis of the behavior of individual consumers and businesses in the economy. Gives you a understanding of how free markets work, how individual consumers make economic decisions, and how individual firms make decisions to maximize profits. This book was of great use in understanding the basic of microeconomics and the differences of macroeconomics.
the usefulness of the diagrams in helping me learn and compareread more
nothing. This book is perfect for learning. The combination of graphs, explanations, and definitions. It would be better if it was hard cover
Pub Date: 2011