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This free eBook contains the following chapters
1 An Introduction to Economics in 5,000 Words and a Bit
2 Trying to Make Sense of Economic Policy—What Do Governments Try to Do?
3 Trying to Make Sense of Economic Policy—Why is it Difficult to Get it Right?
4 Business Cycles, Recessions and Economic Booms
5 A Summary of the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Price Mechanism
6 The Difference Between “Economic Growth” & "Economic Developmen"

The level varies from pre-university to undergraduate.

Published: Kevin Bucknall on
ISBN: 9780956182333
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