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N. Gregory Mankiw is the author of Principles of Macroeconomics, published under ISBN 9780538453066 and 0538453060. Six hundred forty seven Principles of Macroeconomics textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, thirty five used from the cheapest price of $51.02, or buy new starting at $111.19. [read more]
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The way it was worded, for example the things that were mentioned made no sense at all.for example you had to find the avverage of the problem. If the book would have just said that it would be more understandable. They just went complicating the book even moreread more
The different problems in the book.for example the problems were said one way but when it came time to express the problems it was something totally opposite than the wording i couldn't recommend the book because if i was cofused anyone else would be too.
It was a class on economics- the study of supply and demand, the monetary system, short-run and long-run economic conditions.read more
I found it interesting to learn how the government controls the flow of money into the economy.
I used this book for economic class. We discussed the ways in which the whole economy works.read more
I learned many new things about the way out economy works because of this book. I learned how a recession works and how to overcome it. I have also learned a lot of basic economic vocabulary.
This is my first in-depth economics book. However, I touched briefly on economics in other subjects, those books actually explained the subject better.read more
There is no step-by-step teachings. No examples of the work we were covering.
I would have quizzes at the end of each chapter. I did pass the Macroeconomics class with an A but the teacher taught us information that was in the book but in her own way so that the students could understand. This book was really helpful.read more
I learned about PPFs which I had trouble with at the beginning of my semester. I opened the book and read the chapters. I also learned about the circular flow diagram about our economy and how the diagram works.
Just the main points of economics. This is my major so it helped a lot.read more
Great information. Best one out there and its a must get if you need a book for this area of economics
Overall, I liked the book. I would have preferred to maybe have every formula separated from the text so it would be easy to find them when skimming through to find a certain formula.read more
Since it was only my first semester, I havent read any other book on Macroeconomics. If I had in the past, I would more than likely not remember it.
Yes, It was a great reference tool to the course. Was able to find what I needed based on chapters.read more
More detailed explanations. Graphs too vage. Would like to see more updated real world information.
I learned a lot and very much needed for Macroeconomics.read more
I took Principles of Macroeconomics and this course is for getting my Business degree and needed to graduate.
This is the first book I have read on this subject matter, so I really have nothing to compare it to. What I can say is it have given me a better understanding about the economics of our country as well as others. The way that countries calculate their GDP is quite outdated. I think more items need to be included to get a true and accurate picture of the GDP.read more
If I had to change 1 thing in this book I might make the print just a little bit bigger.