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The Literary Book of Economics.

The Literary Book Of Economics

Michael Watts, Editor

ISI Books

3901 Centerville Road, Wilmington, DE 19807

1932236023 $28.00 www.isibooks.org

College-level collections strong on either literature or economics will welcome a blend of the two by an economist whose purpose is to blend economic education with literacy. Economics are best absorbed when blended with other disciplines, studies show: and Watts shows how to achieve this, using over seventy selections from classic and modern writings to link over twenty major economic concepts to themes and modern times. A unique, cross-disciplinary approach.
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