This volume explains economic theory, introducing differing approaches from Marxism to feminist, to environmental, supported by working examples, tables and graphs. It also offers advice on learning techniques, essay writing, revision and examinations, and has a chapter on maths and statistics.
Studying Economics provides a thorough, yet digestible and friendly introduction to this often daunting subject. The complex components of economic theory and practice are broken down and explained using a logical approach, supported by working examples, tables and graphs. Introducing differing mainstream approaches to economic study, from Marxian to feminist to environmental, this book puts Economics into a context which is easy for any student to understand. Explaining why and how we should study Economics, the book contains invaluable information on course content, learning techniques, revision, writing essays and dissertations, and examination assessment.