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With its clear and engaging writing style, PRINCIPLES OF
MICROECONOMICS, Seventh Edition, continues to be one of the most popular
books on economics available today. Mankiw emphasizes material that you
are likely to find interesting about the economy (particularly if you
are studying economics for the first time), including real-life
scenarios, useful facts, and the many ways economic concepts play a role
in the decisions you make every day.

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May 28, 2019

I strongly prefer this argument that academic writing is really difficult. You don't have the creative freedom to do something new. In the case of economics, it is more restricted.
However, you can simplify things and present them to the readers. And Prof Mankiw has done the same. His language is lucid and pretty easy that can be understood by any student. It starts from basic and provides us with lots of information and goes in-depth analysis of a certain topic as well. The section For Your I strongly prefer this argument that academic writing is really difficult. You don't have the creative freedom to do something new. In the case of economics, it is more restricted.
However, you can simplify things and present them to the readers. And Prof Mankiw has done the same. His language is lucid and pretty easy that can be understood by any student. It starts from basic and provides us with lots of information and goes in-depth analysis of a certain topic as well. The section For Your Information(FYI) is something that I like the most. ...more
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Dec 01, 2017

First 22 chapters of Mankiw's Principles of Economics contains this book. I couldn't find any reliable information about differences of these two books when choosing which one to read so I felt obligated to share it.
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Nov 11, 2012

FANTASTIC Text Book. Mankiw explanes principles in an incredible way. Reading this book gives the reader the lexicon and understanding needed to proceed in additional economic reading and a framework to develop strong articulate opinions on economic outcomes.
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Jul 04, 2017

Everyone should read an economics textbook and this is a good one.

Most of the big concepts are simple to understand but incredibly powerful. Things like opportunity cost, comparative advantage, importance of incentives, dead weight loss, etc. they can help you understand how we might fix some of the big problems in both society and within our own lives.

This is not exciting reading but I think it’s important reading.
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May 24, 2009

While Principles of Microeconomics is still as easy to read as Principles of Macroeconomics, there's a lot of copying and pasting from one book to another for the first eight chapters. This textbook also skims a lot of important topics and is very, very heavy on the laissez-faire free market belief when Microeconomics is supposed to be exploring other types of markets and regulating markets.
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Jan 07, 2019

The author does a fine job of laying out each topic and new idea in a succinct and understandable way. I enjoyed how he didn't insert his opinion into the discussion, but rather stuck with the facts, reason, and evidence. My only problem with it is that he sometimes repeats himself, and it gets annoying. I'd recommend this book to anyone interested in studying economics at the introductory level.
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Feb 04, 2019

This is basically a textbook, which I read in a University course, Introduction to Microeconomics. It has explained the concepts with plenty of real-life situations, examples--easy to relate--which helps and make it more easy to read. Adequate numbers of mathematical problems are included to understand the topic. The course was an easy one, so I give credit to the book.
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Dec 09, 2019

Ya Econ ain’t it.. Literally made me want to create my own 13 reasons like jesus worst thing i’ve ever readlike wtf is elasticity? worst job explaining this and only think I learned was what a sunk cost is so thank you Econ. Ya Econ ain’t it.. Literally made me want to create my own 13 reasons like jesus worst thing i’ve ever read🤷🏻‍♀️like wtf is elasticity? worst job explaining this and only think I learned was what a sunk cost is so thank you Econ. ...more
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May 06, 2018

with all it's complex features, our economical system will always dazzle us all. with this book at hand you surely are prepared and ready to tackle all the misconceptions and biased opinions when look at economy's phenomenons. an undergradute go to.
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Oct 01, 2017

Amazing Book for the beginners....I have never read a such simple book.
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Dec 14, 2016

Extremely clear, anecdotal explanation of Economics. Makes very distant concepts tangible to the unexposed first year college student.
5

Apr 15, 2019

Excellent textbook! Has everything you need and nothing you don't need. Teaches the material in a very easy to understand way. Got 95% in my econ class because of it!
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Jun 18, 2018

Good for the class, basically just read the book and aced the class.
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Jul 15, 2018

A really great book! After reading it, you'll understand better how society works from an economic perspective.
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Oct 04, 2016

Pretty good book. My professor used it to present the information in a way I understood.
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Dec 31, 2015

This is a pretty readable book covering a lot of the major topics, but I still didn't particularly enjoy it because it is intended to be a first-year course in Microeconomics and seems to leave out any Calculus-based analysis and many other topics that I consider to be core Microeconomic concepts like production and labor, and more elaborate studies in Game Theory. I suppose such a course is acceptable for students who cannot handle difficult subjects, like business majors. And so I still gave This is a pretty readable book covering a lot of the major topics, but I still didn't particularly enjoy it because it is intended to be a first-year course in Microeconomics and seems to leave out any Calculus-based analysis and many other topics that I consider to be core Microeconomic concepts like production and labor, and more elaborate studies in Game Theory. I suppose such a course is acceptable for students who cannot handle difficult subjects, like business majors. And so I still gave it four stars because I think it accomplishes the goals it set out for itself, but it's only four stars because I'm not very happy with its goals.

Still, I haven't found a Micro book I like--they're either so steeped in Math that the connection to applications are obscure, or so reluctant to encounter Math that you don't learn what you should. Which is odd because most Micro courses hit a balance between the two. ...more
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Jan 02, 2016

This was one of the text books I had to read for an "Economics for Public Finance" in my policy program. I took macro in undergrad and read some text books on my own on economics thereafter so that is what I have to compare Mankiw to. This book deserves a review and 5 star rating because, while it's still just a general economic concept text book, it does its job incredibly well. Mankiw's style is extremely clear and he does a much better job than other text books in making the conceptual both This was one of the text books I had to read for an "Economics for Public Finance" in my policy program. I took macro in undergrad and read some text books on my own on economics thereafter so that is what I have to compare Mankiw to. This book deserves a review and 5 star rating because, while it's still just a general economic concept text book, it does its job incredibly well. Mankiw's style is extremely clear and he does a much better job than other text books in making the conceptual both easily understood and quickly applied to the larger job of economic theory as a whole. So whether you are in school or just want to have a more clear understanding of what economic theory is and know the major ideas within micro, this book is a fantastic place to start. ...more
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Oct 19, 2017

I would probably consider this one as the best book on Microeconomics I've come across.
Perloff's Microeconomics would be a very close second.
Both are packed with information, and written in a super clear and straightforward way.
Recommended to anyone who wants to learn the discipline and needs a solid introduction.

I used Mankiw's as a reference while completing the online course in Microeconomics Principles by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Jun 13, 2007

Lays on the laissez-faire free market stuff very very thick. Mankiw makes some fairly basic fallacies of equation (e.g. his ideas on net job gains from breakdown of trade barriers fail to differentiate between types of jobs -- such as programming vs. Wal-Mart checkout clerk) but generally a decent economics book that nicely explain why many commonly held economic beliefs are uninformed knee-jerk mistakes.
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Sep 09, 2012

This book was assigned to me by my college now class .
But I must say, for a textbook, this was actually not a bad read.
The language was not extra serious and it gave many examples that helped me understand different concepts because it was easy to relate too.
I think this would be my favorite textbook I ever read .
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Sep 22, 2009

I had access to an online version through Aplia and I read that too. The writing style is excellent and the layouts are nice, but I would have liked the formulas to be explained better. I had to review other books and ask friends for help on early homework probs. So if it's been a few years (or ahem, ten) since you've done algebra or calculus, get yourself a companion guide.
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May 28, 2018

...the Principles of Microeconomics by Harvard professor Greg Mankiw has an excellent chapter titled “Income Inequality and Poverty,” but it is separate from the earlier chapters...

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Nov 02, 2008

On the plus side this is a fairly well written and easy to understand textbook about a less than thrilling topic. On the down side, the author was an economic adviser to George W. Bush. This shows in his ardent belief of supply side economics and his cursory attention to equity. The book's online problems are helpful.
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Nov 07, 2014

As far as text books go... this text book explained the principles very clearly, with useful modern Canadian (where applicable) examples, things I could relate to. It had visual reminders all through the book when one of the principles was mentioned. I passed.... The book works :-)
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May 07, 2007

I wouldn't ordinarily put a textbook on here, but I've been using this one to teach myself, surprise surprise, the principles of microeconomics. So far, I find it easy to grasp and strongly grounded in reality.

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