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Economic Analysis of Social Issues

ISBN: 9780133023039 | 0133023036
Edition: 1st
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Pearson
Pub. Date: 2/5/2015

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Introductory one-semester course for freshman or sophomore non-majors without a background in economics.


Real-world data analysis, games, and economic experiments for socially engaged readers

Economic Analysis of Social Issues provides readers with a modern analytical approach to economics based on the tools of game theory. Readers who are passionate about contemporary social problems are given an analytical framework to discuss problems like pollution, health care, and the depletion of natural resources. Using fun, simple tools of game theory, readers discover that ultimately, these problems have similar origins. Readers will leave the course with a solid grasp of strategic behavior and understand how such behavior, exercised in the pursuit of individual incentives, can lead to poor collective outcomes.


A user-friendly, conversational writing style infused with analytical rigor makes the text approachable and easy to read. Economic experiments and games not found in any other text about the subject, along with real-time data analysis exercises allow readers to learn by doing. This approach teaches readers to analyze social problems, rather than memorize facts that will soon become dated or irrelevant.


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