Principles of Microeconomics
Lead Author(s): Stephen Buckles
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Top Hat Intro Course - Principles of Microeconomics emphasizes the development of an economic way of thinking. The approach emphasizes the ability to think through applications of economic concepts and ideas and then to be able to explain how economic concepts work and to make recommendations as to a variety of personal, business, and public decisions.
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About this textbook
Stephen Buckles, Ph.DVanderbilt University
Stephen Buckles is a Senior Lecturer at Vanderbilt University, where he also received his Ph.D. in Economics. Buckles has been the recipient of numerous awards, including Madison Sarratt Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (Vanderbilt, 2008), Kenneth G. Elzinga Distinguished Teaching Award (Southern Economic Association, 2006), and the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (Vanderbilt, 2007). His course pack, which this text is based on, has been used by thousands of students and engages the concepts of active learning.
PJ Glandon, PhDKenyon College
PJ Glandon joined Kenyon College as an Associate Professor of Economics after completing his Ph.D. at Vanderbilt University.
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