Economics - Open Textbook LibraryTo help teachers better teach economics, the Council for Economic Education revised and updated High School Economics. This new and revised 3rd Edition includes 28 engaging lessons which employ an active-learning approach that brings economic concepts to life for students. This resource has been:. Browser Support : Interactive activities work best in modern versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not fully supported in all activities. Interactive Activity Feedback and Support.
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Free, open access text for introductory undergraduate courses Read the free ebook Buy the book. Un testo introduttivo della teoria economica Read the ebook Buy the book. Using policy problems to motivate learning the concepts and methods of economics
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This textbook is unique among economics textbooks. It contains many of the same topics as mainstream textbooks, but it includes and takes very seriously heterodox critiques and alternatives to the mainstream approach to economics. It includes a whole range of alternative theories, including Post-Keynesian, Austrian, Marxian, radical, feminist, institutionalist, and other approaches. The purpose is to teach students about alternative schools of economic thought but also to deepen their understanding of the dominant, neoclassical approach to economics. Following Wolff and Resnick, an even broader objective is to teach students that economics is a discourse and that no single voice can rightfully claim to have a monopoly on the truth about economics.
There are plenty of folks who understand this stuff far better than I do. And, the good news is that a growing number of them are putting their thoughts down on paper and sharing their efforts with the rest of us through their free online economics textbooks. I will continually be searching the web for econ texts for students studying this academic discipline and are looking for free resources to further their pursuits. Edgar M. Hoover and Frank Giarratani originally wrote this economics textbook in The book talks about the changing dynamic of transitioning from conservation and curation to more of a sustainable business model, what the authors call economic valorisation. This non-traditional economics textbook takes a look at capital as power and explores some interesting concepts of how capital can truly reshape society.