Microeconomics in Context

Houghton Mifflin, 2003 - 583 páginas
"Microeconomics in Context challenges conventional approaches to the field by covering the physical and social/psychological factors influencing economic activities before introducing underlying principles. Unlike other titles, the authors present a broad look at economics in context, allowing students to connect "their view of the real world with key economic concepts.The authors highlight how goals and values shape people' s decisions in all aspects of their lives, including on economic-related issues.The text features coverage of all three types of economies: the "business economy involving commercial firms; the "public purpose economy focusing on government, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations (including international agencies); and the "core economy of households and communities.

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Julie A. Nelson is Professor of Economics and Department Chair at theUniversity of Massachusetts Boston and aSenior ResearchFellow at the Global Development and Environment Institute of Tufts University and the author of "Feminism, Objectivity, and Economics".

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