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Timothy Taylor, Macalester College; Steven A. Greenlaw, University of Mary Washington; and others

This textbook is both freely available and extensively peer-reviewed. With 22 chapters, it aims to cover a one-semester course. It claims "a balanced approach to economics and to the theory and application of economics concepts." Though officially published in March 2014, it has had updates to reflect current events. Its US origin is reflected in the choice of examples. It can be freely downloaded or viewed in a variety of formats, and an interactive version is available through the Apple iBookstore. A test bank, set of PowerPoint slides, and solutions booklet are available to lecturers on request.


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