6 edition of The years of high econometrics found in the catalog.
The years of high econometrics
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Routledge studies in the history of economics|
|LC Classifications||HB87 .L68 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006100588|
Economics textbooks examine the consumption, distribution, and production of goods and services. Most economics textbooks are defined by two categories of economics: microeconomics studies specific pieces of the economic puzzle – individuals and organizations – that affect the bigger picture, i.e., this collection of textbooks and . Reading this as non economics major or a graduating student can be really challenging. It is a challenging read like most college textbooks. The mathematical notations used become more difficult to keep track of as you go deeper into the book, this and the complexity of the subject was the reason i couldn't follow much towards the later half.4/5(11).
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