Language : English
Published : 2005
Pages : 611
Using Statistics in Economics
The primary aim of this book is to provide a text for economics students which gives a good balance between statistics and econometrics.The intention is to prepare students for an introductory course in econometrics, while instilling a clear understanding of statistics. It is suitable for first or second year courses in Introductory Statistics or Introductory Statistics and Econometrics on economics degrees. The book is characterized by Leighton Thomasâ€™ clear style of explanation, gained through 35 years of teaching experience.
Building on the success of previous editions, Economics, Twelfth Edition, has been thoroughly updated and revised. Rigorous yet also accessible to beginners, it provides comprehensive coverage of both introductory macroeconomics and microeconomics. The authors balance in-depth explanations of key theoretical concepts with a wide range of real-world examples drawn from around the globe. They incorporate numerous pedagogical features including highlighted definitions of economic terms, short revision questions, and updated end-of-chapter questions.
New to this Edition:
* Incorporates full coverage of the 2008 banking crisis and recession, featuring revised sections on banking, the financial system, and fiscal policy
* Integrates a broad range of international applied examples, including the cost of climate change, celebrity earnings, and global imbalances in the economy
* Includes more end-of-chapter questions
An updated and expanded Companion Website contains resources for students and instructors:
* Self-test questions
* Interactive chapters
* Web links
* Flashcard glossary
* Author’s blog
* Figures from the text
* Instructor’s Manual
* Animated PowerPoint-based slides
* Test bank
The third edition of this bestseller provides students with an in-depth understanding of basic microeconomics and macroeconomic concepts. This revised edition includes new subtopics such as Economic Growth, The Islamic Economy, Keynesian and Classical Demand for Money Market Equilibrium. In addition, authentic case studies have been provided for critical chapters. This edition has been revised thoroughly with new exercises at the end of every chapter.