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Paperback International Economics Aise Book

ISBN: 0324363427

ISBN13: 9780324363425

International Economics Aise

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Now in its Thirteenth Edition, this proven, market-leading book remains a favorite among readers of all backgrounds for its clear, concise treatment of international trade and finance theory. Using a...

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Great Book

I really like the book. It explains everything in an understanding way. I really recommend this book especially for those who wants to learn more about economics as well as how the countries interact each other in terms of trade.

International Economics

Good book, shipped within specified time. Good condition even though I had bought it used.

Clarity of writing makes topic accessible

I had Dr Carbaugh as a student at UW Eau Claire, and enjoyed the clarity of his lectures. His book is nearly as good. My (first) edition is still worth consulting when I have the opportunity to teach econ.

Wonderful book, profound observations

This book gave me a really deep understanding of international economics, markets and macroeconomics. However, material in this book requires knowledge of some economics basics

Fantastic! Easy to read, even for non-econ. people...

First of, I must confess that I am prejudiced about this book, because the author, honorable Dr. Robert Carbaugh, was my economics Professor at the University. But, seriously now, I was not an economics major and I also was not a very good student, meaning I missed far too many classes...But, whenever I sat down to read the book, it was very easy to catch up with the rest of the class. In fact, even if you are not a student at all, but just interested in the basics of international economics, you would still find this book very useful. I took four other economics classes and all of them were boring, mainly because of the teachers' inability to teach well. This book, however, is a reflection of a good-natured, quick witted, and highly intelligent economist, who TEACHES REAL STUFF EVERY DAY to the average university students and manages to keep their attention. It's a hell of a job to do that HERE, I tell you!
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