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Economics (Int'l Ed) Paperback – 16 Jul 2009
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This book was really helpful in providing me with an understanding of fundamental economic principles at both the micro and macro level. It did so in a thorough and well laid out manner.
Worth the purchase also because of who Paul Samuelson was. He appeared to be an economist worth listening to (Wikipedia him)and in this book he presents all sides of the economic opinion with a historical background.
Definietely worth the purchase.
I bestowed five stars upon this legendary book, but I also read a few critical takes alongside it, and they certainly made me think about whether I wanted to progress further with the mainstream economics of Samuelson or Paul Krugman. Anyway, for what it's worth, I read: 1) Stephen Marglin's 'The Dismal Science'; 2) Steve Keen's 'Debunking Economics'. Speaking only as a humble member of the public, I found the criticisms in these books pretty telling.