by Robert Schenk
This is a complete, online textbook for introductory economics. It is an easy-to-read approach to economics with a variety of interactive problems and questions. It not only can be used as the primary textbook for college or advanced high-school principles-of-economics courses, but it provides excellent supplemental material for economics courses using traditional textbooks. Many people who are trying to understand one or two economic concepts find CyberEconomics a useful reference.
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by Orley Amos - AmosWEB
This text gives you a reference guide to the more intriguing, important, and confusing aspects of the economy, while omitting sophisticated mathematical economic theories. Pedestrian's Guide has been specifically designed for the beginners.
by Russell Cooper, Andrew John - The Saylor Foundation
This textbook on economics centers around student needs and expectations. Students learn best from an inductive approach, in which they are first confronted with a problem, and then led through the process of solving that problem.
by Kevin Bucknall - kevinbucknall.com
This text is an introduction to economics designed for the GCE A-Level in the UK. As it covers basic economics, these notes could also be used to help you to understand more quickly any introductory course in college economics.
by Philip H. Wicksteed - Project Gutenberg
This volume explains the meaning of the proposition, that the value in use and the value in exchange of any commodity are two distinct functions of the quantity of the commodity possessed by the persons or the community to whom it is valuable.