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Economics Student Workbook Paperback – 28 Feb 2012
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Economics eighth edition Student Workbook
This comprehensive Economics Student Workbook is specifically designed to be used alongside the eighth edition of John Sloman, Alison Wride and Dean Garratts Economics. The workbook contains over 1500 questions of various types, carefully matched to the content of the main book. It is an invaluable guide for any student of economics, as well as a useful teaching aid for tutors.
Each chapter corresponds to a chapter in the main book, Economics, and includes the following to refresh your memory and refine your study:
· A review of key concepts
· Review questions
· Longer problems and exercises
· Student projects
· Data response questions
· Discussion topics and essay questions
Ideal for self-study, this workbook is a useful companion to the main text, suitable for your first principles of economics course.
About the Authors:
John Sloman is Director of the Economics Network, based at the University of Bristol. The Network supports teaching and learning in economics across the UK. John is also Visiting Professor at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
Peter Smith is University Director of Education and Associate Dean (Education and the Student Experience) at the University of Southampton. He is also Editor of Economic Review.