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Paperback International Finance : Theory and Policy Plus NEW MyEconLab with Pearson EText (1-Semester Access) -- Access Card Package Book

ISBN: 0133826678

ISBN13: 9780133826678

International Finance : Theory and Policy Plus NEW MyEconLab with Pearson EText (1-Semester Access) -- Access Card Package

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5 ratings

Economics Book

Quick delivery, book was in great shape when I received it. Greatr seller, thank you.

Good for students

I used this book in my mid-level International Finance class at a liberal arts college, and I think it is excellent. This text was used to supplement class lectures and economics research/working papers. It served as a companion to more advanced and technical academic literature. Krugman and Obstfeld use commonsense and watered-down calculus to explain the key principles, making the material accessible to the average hard working college student. Furthermore, each scenario is thoroughly explained with a beautiful (i.e. colorful) graph.

Feedback

Would be more suitable for pg students or ug students majoring in international economics. Better to read after having some basic background in international trade and international monetary system. I'd advice to read "International Trade Theory and Policy Analysis" by Steven Suranovic for example, before going ahead with this text-book.

A challenge you won't regret

Krugman's book is not perfect, I know, but if you stick with the reading the book will prove a valuable resource. One thing I like is that the authors don't baby their audience. They present difficult material as simple as it will let them, which is not simple enough for stupid people. But, in the end the text is great, you will learn about probably the most important subject in economics today from one if not two of the most important economists alive.

Sometimes it's too obvious

I think, it's a very good book for the 17-19 years people
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