Principles of Economics in Context
Principles of Economics in Context is designed as a single text for students in a full-year introductory course. This innovative, principles-level text takes a broad "contextual" approach to economics—including serious consideration of ecological, feminist, and social concerns—while still including coverage of the standard economic concepts and models. Emphasizing writing that is compelling, clear, and attractive to students, it addresses such critical concerns as ecological sustainability, distributional equity, the quality of employment, and the adequacy of living standards.
Armonk, New York
economics education, textbooks, ecological economics, feminist economics
Economic History | Economics | Economic Theory | Political Economy | Public Economics
Goodwin, Neva; Harris, Jonathan; Nelson, Julie A.; Roach, Brian; and Torras, Mariano, "Principles of Economics in Context" (2014). UMass Boston Bookshelf. 30.