What are the best books on introduction to economics?

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    #1Spin-Free Economics

    Spin-Free Economics

    Spin-Free Economics is a book by Nariman Behravesh that gives a non-biased explanation about the different economic approaches there is. He gives evidences that will prove his statements in order to inform the readers fairly. 


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    Vincent Gonzalez
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "This is a good, basic, and non-biased introduction to various economic theories. I especially like how he covers each theory with equal depth, without comparing and contrasting them too much too each other, allowing their merits to stand on their own."
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    #2Economics For Dummies

    Economics For Dummies
    This is the 3rd edition of the complete guide by the series 'For Dummies' dedicated to the secrets of the economics. You'll be able to learn the consumer behaviour, the model of supply and demand, recognize the cause of recessions or identify the factors of inflation. 

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    Brenda Wells
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "Economics for Dummies was great. It really helps you understand how economics works and how it comes into play and why it's essential to know about it in this day and age. Good book."
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    #3The Art of Startup Fundraising

    The Art of Startup Fundraising
    The Art of Startup Fundraising is a book by Alejandro Cremades that teaches readers how to start raising money from your salary and how to make it grow. This book will help people who wants to save their money in the wisest way.

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    Randy Lewis
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "This has all you need to know on how to get started on the fundraising aspect of your business venture. It has helped me with my new small business idea. "
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    #4No One Can Escape the 4 Laws

    No One Can Escape the 4 Laws

    No One Can Escape the 4 Laws is a book by Eloy Rodrigo Colombo that tells how economic works in just four ways. This four ways will help the readers figure out how to reach wealth even if you are born poor.


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    Roger Fox
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "The title is indeed captivating for a few reasons. First, 4 laws seems like a manageable number for the lay reader to engage with. Secondly, the promise of figuring how to reach wealth when you're born poor is hard to resist. "
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    #5Basic Economics A Citizen's Guide to the Economy

    Basic Economics A Citizen's Guide to the Economy

    Sowell is a well-known member of the conservative political community. In "Basics economy" presents an introductory course in the economy with special attention to the public policy. He explains what is economics without complicated graphics.


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    Lucy Mao
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I've got this book last week because I wanted to read about economics to help me with my schoolwork. It is very readable, and things are easy to understand. It helped me to write a better paper for my course. Highly recommended if you are into economics."
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    #6The Economics Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained)

    The Economics Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained)
    The Economics Book by Niall Kishtainy is a nonfiction biographical novel originally published in 2012. This book belongs to the Big Ideas Simply Explained series by the Dorling Kindersley Publishing.

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    Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything is a nonfiction economics business book written by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner. This is also the name of the website featuring economics radio shows.


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    Jason Weaver
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "There's not much to say here. Freakonomics is a cornerstone of economics. Its not the end all and be all, but its a great resource. Stop debating and get it."
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    Macroeconomics is a book by Paul Anthony Samuelson. This book is all about the different economic theories combined and explained in one book. It offers a step-by-step explanation that will make the topics clear. 


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    Yan Jiang
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "I was looking for the books on introduction to economics to get a better grasp on the subject. This one was great. Written in a way that's easy to understand, but doesn't make you feel like a dummy."
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    #9Man, Economy, and State

    Man, Economy, and State

    Man, Economy, and State is a book by Murray N. Rothbard examining welfare economics, antitrust, labor, taxation, public goods, and social insurance schemes in the view of an Austrian. It comes with insights on statistics and money supply.


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    George Ford
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "Man, Economy, and State is a book by Murray N. Rothbard. The book delves into utility and welfare economics, antitrust, labor, taxation, public goods, and social insurance schemes. Inconsistencies in the former are ironed out and the systems of thought, in all their logical rigor, is examined."
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    #10Stone Age Economics

    Stone Age Economics
    Stone Age Economics is a book by Marshall Sahlins that examines the connection between culture and economics through age. It elaborates how economics grew throughout the years and what factors affected it.

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    Raquel Blanco
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This book is definetely worth reading. It has many interesting points in it and its not only for an economist but its also worth reading no matter what yhour profession is. There is a lot of valuable info that has helped me during the years."
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    #11The New Buffettology

    The New Buffettology

    The New Buffettology: The Proven Techniques for Investing Successfully in Changing Markets That Have Made Warren Buffett the World's Most Famous Investor is a business economics book written by Mary Buffett and David Clark.


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    Ding Yu
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "Having been a former options trader I can say this was a good reference book for people who wish to learn about the stock market and how you "should" invest. Warren Buffet has a lot of common sense, is super-rich, and lives in a modest home. Also, the emphasis on buying into companies that produce the same things over and over again and wear out quickly - like pantyhose and disposable razors made a lot of sense to me. "
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    #12Auctions (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)

    Auctions (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)

    Auctions (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series) is an economics reference book written by Timothy P.Hubbard and Harry J. Paarsch. It was published January 6, 2016 by The MIT Press.


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    Carol Martinez
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Although auctions are a part of our economy, I do not feel this book on Auctions is too narrow to be a good introduction to economics. I have taken economics classes and would think there is another product that better encompasses the idea of beginning economics."


Best What are the best books on introduction to economics
1Spin-Free EconomicsBooks 39 Paid
2Economics For DummiesBooks 36 Paid
3The Art of Startup FundraisingBooks 32 Paid
4No One Can Escape the 4 LawsBooks 28 Paid
5Basic Economics A Citizen's Guide to the EconomyBooks 12 Paid
6The Economics Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained)Books 9 Paid
7FreakonomicsWebsites 8 Free
8MacroeconomicsBooks 5 Paid
9Man, Economy, and StateBooks 3 Paid
10Stone Age EconomicsBooks 1 Paid

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