This package includes a physical copy of Macroeconomics: A European Perspective as well as access to the eText and MyEconLab. Macroeconomics: A European Perspective will give students a fuller understanding of the subject and has been fully updated to provide broad coverage of the ongoing economic turmoil in Europe. It's unified view of macroeconomics helps students to make the connections between the short, medium, and long run. Features *Updated chapters on the financial crisis, European economic and monetary integration, the Euro, and sovereign debt *Graphs and tables *Focus boxes expand on macroeconomic events *Margin notes provide extended definitions and give students additional context MyLab and Mastering from Pearson improve results for students and educators. Used by over ten million students, they effectively engage learners at every stage. MyEconLab is a personalised online study and assessment system, which tailors to the unique learning needs of each student. Offering unlimited opportunities for practice and providing relevant and timely feedback, it helps students master key concepts, experience more "I Get It" moments and ultimately achieve better results. "It's really simple and effective. I would recommend it to any University to use it for all sorts of courses (especially the courses that involve mathematics)." Student at Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands "It is like having a teacher by your side, you learn it a lot quicker, than usual homework!" Student at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark For students *Personalised study plan: A study plan is generated from each student's results on sample tests and instructor assignments. Students can clearly see which topics they have mastered and, more importantly, which they need to work on. *Tests and other assignments: MyEconLab(R) comes with two pre-loaded sample tests for each chapter so your students can self-assess their understanding of the material. *eText: access to guided solutions, animated graphs, audio narratives, flashcards, current news articles tied to chapter content and graphing tools. For Educators * Ready-to-use assignments: Use pre-loaded sample tests, or create your own assignments using a mix of MyEconLab(R) problems, the book's Test Bank, and questions written using the Econ Exercise Builder. * Automatic Grading: MyEconLab(R) grades every homework and quiz question-even those with graphing. Students get unlimited graphing practice and immediate feedback with links to specific learning tools for each question. * Blackboard Integration: Blackboard users can integrate their Blackboard course with MyEconLab. This integration allows for instructor and student single sign-on, inclusion of direct links to the MyEconLab course from within Blackboard content pages, and easy grade transfer.
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Buchbeschreibung Prentice Hall Jun 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Macroeconomics: A European Perspective will give students a fuller understanding of the subject and has been fully updated to provide broad coverage of the financial crisis. In particular, this new edition provides: NEW chapters and updated text across all chapters 'NEW data on Europe and the financial crisis' And what has always been the strength of the book: A unified view of macroeconomics, enabling students to make the connections between the short, medium, and long run. This is a truly outstanding textbook that beautifully marries theory, empirics and policy It is surely destined to become the gold standard against which all other texts must be measured.' Charles Bean, Deputy Governor, Bank of England Refreshingly original for an undergraduate text. Relevant applications to European economies and elsewhere are plentiful, and the breadth of topics covered is truly impressive. Unlike many texts at this level, the authors do not avoid potentially tricky, yet important topics; they do their utmost to relate textbook theory to real-world economics. Relative to competing texts, I think students would find this more engaging. Paul Scanlon, Trinity College Dublin Up-to-date material on the Euro, especially in light of the current crisis; strong open economy emphasis; and lots of examples from European countries. There is so much new material on the monetary union that there is much less need for supplementary reading. Pekka Ilmakunnas, Aalto University School of Economics 590 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780273771821