Free eBook 30-Second Economics: The 50 Most Thought-Provoking Economic Theories, Each Explained in Half a Minute (English Edition)Author Donald Marron – Bilb-weil.de

A quick, informative guide through the world of economics. The Perfect Book For Anyone Confused By The Whole Subject Of Economics Lightning Insights Are Given Into Economic Concepts From The Past And Present That Effect Our Lives It S Fascinating Choice A Clever Approach To Digesting Information DiplomatKeynesian Economics, Free Market Capitalism, Monetarism, Game Theory And The Invisible Hand Sure, You Know What They Mean That Is, You Ve Certainly Heard Of Them But Do You Know Enough About These Economic Theories To Join A Dinner Party Debate Or Dazzle The Bar With Your Financial Knowledge Second Economics Takes The Top Economic Theories, And Explains Them To The General Reader In Half A Minute, Using Nothing Than Two Pages, Words And One Picture Economics Will Suddenly Seem A Lot Fun Than The Economy, And Make A Lot Sense, And Along The Way You Ll Meet Founding Fathers Of Modern Economics Such As Adam Smith, David Ricardo And Alfred Marshall From Marxism To Mercantilism, Plus Everything In Between, This Is The Ultimate Crash Course In Economic Theory If you re interested in economics and every responsible adult should be, this is a very useful book on the theories behind the subject Constructed in a highly entertaining, informative and easy to follow reference guide, this beautifully bound book highlights the 50 most thought provoking economic theories such as Marginalism, the Expected Utility Theory, Free Market Capitalism and The Phillips Curve Colorful illustrations and charts add much character to this book and all in all, it s a quick and enjoyable read One of the best in the 30 Second Book Series. Awesome Just as described. Interesting I think 3 minute might have been a better plan though Way to simple It might be a good primer, but not enough info for some of the important parts to stick. An easy to understand read with good explanations of economic terms, theories, etc Not for the well informed Explanations, due to conciseness constraints, are broad, general and don t include everything But for the layman to get what the pundits are talking about, I would highly recommend it.