Author(s): Thomas Coskeran
Economics is a huge subject, and this book is the perfect place to start. Designed specially for undergraduates, it includes features such as questions that may come up in exams, quotes from leading theorists that you can use in your essays, and case studies providing real-life examples. The book is written by Dr Thomas Coskeran, a lecturer at Durham University School of Business, who has been an advisor to both HM Treasury and the NHS. This really is the only book you need to start getting great results in economics.
Dr Thomas Coskeran is Senior Teaching Fellow at Durham University Business School. He has been an advisor for both the NHS and HM Treasury. His research interests include the cost-effectiveness of preventing radon poisoning, and the determinants of waste recycling amongst householders.
Chapter 1 Introducing Economics PART ONE: MICROECONOMICS Chapter 2 How Markets Work Chapter 3 How Consumers Behave Chapter 4 How Firms Behave Chapter 5 How Markets Distribute Incomes Chapter 6 Markets for (Almost) Everything Chapter 7 Why Markets Fail Chapter 8 Why Governments Intervene in Markets PART TWO MACROECONOMICS Chapter 9 Measuring the Economy's Size Chapter 10 Money's Role in the Economy Chapter 11 Macroeconomic Objectives Chapter 12 Achieving Full Employment and Stable Prices Chapter 13 Achieving Sustainable Economic Growth Chapter 14 The Economy and the Rest of the World Chapter 15 Globalisation and Regional Trading Blocs