Economics

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  1. Book Image21st Century Capitalism

    Robert L. Heilbroner

    "It is my hope that some grasp of what the twenty-first century holds in store for capitalism may enable us to avoid at least some of the pain we might otherwise have to endure," writes the eminent economist Robert Heilbroner in this important book on the world's economic future.More

  2. Book ImageA New Economic View of American History: From Colonial Times to 1940

    Jeremy Atack, Peter Passell

    Second Edition

    New sources of data, together with advances in theory, offer the opportunity for a fresh look at old and new questions.More

  3. Book ImageMathematics for Economists

    Lawrence Blume, Carl P. Simon

    Mathematics for Economists, a new text for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students in economics, is a thoroughly modern treatment of the mathematics that underlies economic theory.More

  4. Book ImageStatistics for Business and Economics: Methods and Applications

    Edwin Mansfield

    Fifth Edition

    This book was written for first courses in statistics for undergraduate and graduate students in business administration, public administration, and economics.More

  5. Book ImageThinking Strategically: The Competitive Edge in Business, Politics, and Everyday Life

    Avinash K. Dixit, Barry J. Nalebuff

    The international bestseller—don't compete without it!More

  6. Book ImageWhat Went Wrong with Perestroika

    Marshall I. Goldman

    Updated

    "Once again, Marshall Goldman has put his finger directly on the problems that hamper reform in the Soviet Union. Anyone who wants to understand Gorbachev's failings, the bureaucratic infighting and built-in reluctance to change will gain insights from this taut, readable book."—Hedrik SmithMore

  7. Book ImageMicroeconomic Analysis

    Hal R. Varian

    Third Edition

    Microeconomic Analysis has been a fixture of graduate programs in economics for fifteen years, providing unique authority, clarity, and breadth of coverage.More

  8. Book ImageThe Essential Adam Smith

    Adam Smith, Robert L. Heilbroner, Laurence J. Malone

    Few writings are more often cited as a cornerstone of modern economic thought than those of Adam Smith. Few are less read.More

  9. Book ImageHealth Care and Its Costs

    Carl J. Schramm

    In recent years the portion of America's gross national product devoted to health care has more than doubled. Hospital costs have risen at twice the rate of any other good or service that the average citizen needs.More

  10. Book ImagePolitical Economy: An Introductory Text

    Edmund S. Phelps

    Political Economy is an introduction to economics for the university student and general reader.More

  11. Book ImageStructure and Change in Economic History

    Douglass C. North

    In this bold, sweeping study of the development of Western economies, Douglass C. North sets forth a new view of societal change.More

  12. Book ImageMicromotives and Macrobehavior

    Thomas C. Schelling

    “Before Freakonomics and the The Tipping Point, there was Micromotives and Macrobehavior.” —Barry Nalebuff, coauthor of Thinking StrategicallyMore

  13. Book ImageDid Monetary Forces Cause the Great Depression?

    Peter Temin

    "Given the magnitude and importance of this event [the Great Depression], it is surprising how little we know about its causes." —Peter TeminMore

  14. Book ImageThe Community of Europe: Past, Present and Future

    Richard Mayne, Jean Monnet

    “This book is the first to seize clearly upon the nature of this new dynamic, and to present it simply and forcefully in the context or rapidly moving events.” —From the Introduction by Jean MonnetMore

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