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  1. Book ImagePrinciples of Macroeconomics

    Lee Coppock, Dirk Mateer

    Second Edition

    Mateer and Coppock's approach teaches economic decision-making with applications that students will remember.More

  2. Book ImageMacroeconomics

    Charles I. Jones

    Fourth Edition

    Modern macroeconomics explained by the expert on growth.More

  3. Book ImageIntroduction to Economic Growth

    Charles I. Jones, Dietrich Vollrath

    Third Edition

    The long-awaited revision of the text that brought growth theory to the classroom.More

  4. Book ImageMacroeconomics: Economic Growth, Fluctuations, and Policy

    Robert E. Hall, David H. Papell

    Sixth Edition

    Over five editions, Macroeconomics has remained among the most popular intermediate texts in the field.More

  5. Book ImageIncome, Employment, and Economic Growth

    Wallace C. Peterson, Paul S. Estenson

    Eighth Edition

    "An excellent text which any student of economics can read without losing touch with economic phenomena." —Winston Griffin, Bucknell UniversityMore

  6. Book ImageSilent Depression: Twenty-Five Years of Wage Squeeze and Middle Class Decline

    Wallace C. Peterson

    Longtime observer of the American economy Wallace C. Peterson here offers a wake-up call.More

  7. Book ImagePeddling Prosperity: Economic Sense and Nonsense in an Age of Diminished Expectations

    Paul Krugman

    Newsweek hailed Paul Krugman as "a superstar among economists" and went on to praise Peddling Prosperity as "the best primer around on recent U.S. economic history." Others joined the chorus.More

  8. Book ImageThe Rise of China: How Economic Reform is Creating a New Superpower

    William H. Overholt

    Long considered an overpopulated, repressive, backward country, China has in the last decade entered the small circle of advanced industrial nations. Economic reform, more than any other factor, is responsible for this progress, maintains William H. Overholt in this provocative book.More

  9. Book ImageLife as We Have Known It

    Co-operative Women’s Guild, Margaret Llewelyn Davies, Virginia Woolf

    “You unlocked a drawer and took out a packet of papers. . . . Sometimes, you said, you got a letter which you could not bring yourself to burn; once or twice a Guildswoman had at your suggestion written a few pages about her life . . .” —Virginia Woolf to Margaret Llewelyn Davies, describing the circumstances leading to the publication of Life as We Have Known ItMore

  10. Book ImageBusiness Cycles and National Income

    Alvin H. Hansen, Richard V. Clemence

    Expanded Edition

    In this new edition Professor Hansen augments his authoritative study of the business cycle with an analysis of the performance—and the problems—of the postwar American economy.More