Essentials of Economics: A Brief Survey of Principles and Policies
by Faustino Ballve
Publisher: Van Nostrand 1963
Number of pages: 126
Clear, authoritative, and simple elementary introduction to economic science. It is not designed for specialists, but for the average educated person who seeks enlightenment in regard to the economic questions underlying the great issues of our day.
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