Why is this book different from all other books? For starters, this is the first economics book that is reader-friendly. While you’re reading, I’ll be right there with you, illustrating various points with funny anecdotes and asking you to work out numerical problems as we go along.
Are you a little shaky about the math? Your worries are over. If you can add, subtract, multiply, and divide (I’ll even let use a calculator), you can do the math in this book. - Stephen L. Slavin
The student who has mastered this book is prepared for more advanced level work. Indeed, the book’s style and innovative pedagogy will enable such a student to retain more of the subject, instead of forgetting the bulk of it after the final exam.
- Bruno Stein, Professor of Economics, New York University
Stephen L. Slavin
Stephen L. Slavin, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Economics at Union County College, Cranford, New Jersey. He has written over 300 newspaper and magazine articles, and is the author of four other books, including All the Math You'll Ever Need: A Self-Teaching Guide and Economics: A Self-Teaching Guide, both published by Wiley.