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CyberEconomics by Robert Schenk

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CyberEconomics
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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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