Real World Micro, TWENTY-NINTH EDITION
Edited by Rob Larson, Bryan Snyder, Chris Sturr, and the Dollars & Sense collective.
A MICRO ECONOMICS READER FROM
Required reading for:
Prof. Gerald Friedman, Economics 103
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The thoroughly updated and revised 29th edition of Real World Micro contains new articles addressing the latest real-world issues and controversies, including the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy, and ongoing issues such as the minimum wage, CEO pay, the “gig” economy, net neutrality, stock-market gyrations, and trade policy. This edition includes an expanded policy-spotlight chapter on the causes of deindustrialization. The articles in Real World Micro bring complex topics to life and highlight the effects of economic change on communities, workers, and the environment.
Organized to follow the outline of a standard economics text, the book includes a brief introduction for each chapter, including discussion questions for all articles, to help students relate the articles to the theories in standard textbooks. Its contents provide vivid, real-world illustrations of key economic concepts.
Real World Micro’s well-researched, readable articles are drawn from the pages of Dollars & Sense, the leading magazine of popular economics.
“The principles of economics books (yes, even mine) tend to be on the dull side and leave aspects of the economy and economics unchallenged. Real World Micro and Macro can spice up your course and lead students to ask the type of questions they should be asking.” —DAVID COLANDER, Middlebury College
“I’ve had great success with Real World Micro. Students really like its short, snappy analysis of current events and feel challenged by its alternative viewpoint.” —SUSAN HELPER, Case Western Reserve University
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