An Introduction to Economics
by Kevin Bucknall
Publisher: kevinbucknall.com 2010
An Introduction to Economics by Kevin Bucknall, designed for the GCE A-Level (General Certificate of Education, Advanced Level) in the UK. As this covers basic economics, these notes could also be used to help you to understand any introductory course in college economics, particularly if you are having trouble with some of their maths and want a non-mathematical explanation to help you understand more quickly.
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