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Published by Eno River Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Economics -- Outlines, syllabi, etc. -- Outlines, syllabi, etc.,
  • Economics -- Bibliography.

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Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Edward Tower.
GenreOutlines, syllabi, etc., Bibliography.
ContributionsTower, Edward.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB171.5 .E37
The Physical Object
Pagination15 v. ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16587337M

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This one was on my suggested reading list for my economics course, and although it can be quite dense in parts, the general idea is really cool! The central idea in the book is that even if an event is extremely improbable, such as a black swan existing when no one had ever seen one, it doesn’t mean the event is impossible (as black swans do. Economics a Course Outline and Reading List This is the –rst course in the graduate labor economics sequence, and will focus on labor supply, labor demand, simple search models, and human capital. The emphasis of the course is on linking basic theoretical insights with empirical patterns in the labor market, using a combination of.   The book costs less than $10 US but it is worth its weight in gold. There are other analysis books that are slightly better, but you cannot beat the price. You may also want to look at the Schaum's Outlines - Topology and Schaum's Outlines - Real Analysis. They're also quite inexpensive and have hundreds of useful problems.   Economics Reading List Basic economics When was the last time you read a book about economics? If your answer is “when I was in high school” or “I have never read a book on such a boring topic,” here are some suggestions in ascending order of difficulty that might help you get into economics.