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by Roger LeRoy Miller




Miller’s Economics Today remains committed to providing readers with discussion and coverage of the most current issues and events. Given the immense changes in our economy over the past year, the updated fifteenth editionaddresses what has occurred and discusses the importance of today’s major economic issues.
Download Economics Today UPDATE Edition & MyEconLab Student Access Code Card (15th Edition) epub
ISBN: 0132479141
ISBN13: 978-0132479141
Category: Other
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Author: Roger LeRoy Miller
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 15 edition (December 11, 2010)
Pages: 890 pages
ePUB size: 1593 kb
FB2 size: 1566 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 178
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in waiting
I did get a B in the course. However I found the book to be very frustrating to use. This author along with however many college professors has designed this book so it is not easy to locate information. While some of that may be the design of my professor, I found that this book did not contain easy to find subjects in the index. You simply cannot read the question your professor has given you. . look in this book to locate the info and plug it in. . .that will not happen. You must interpret the information from the book. Economic is not a subjective study. The information in this book should be easy to locate, if it was I am sure people would learn a lot more from this author. Be sure to double check the ISBN your college has given you. It changed after I got this book even though this is the book I was told to get
Shalizel
Amazon did their job in supplying the book. The publisher (guess who) didn't bother to do their job. Full of typos and regurgitations of the same basic information. You could argue they're trying to cement the concepts in your brain or that they are just trying to fill the pages. The end of the day, very glad I only rented. DON'T purchase this paperweight, 31st edition will be out in three weeks. Here's to the outrageous costs of higher learning!! YAAAAAA GO PEARSON!!!!
Yainai
This was one of the best textbooks I have ever used in a class. The material is clearly explained and makes a very challenging subject easier to understand. The only issue I had was I noticed many typos, which I could easily overlook except that many of them occurred in the section review questions and also in the answer keys. The editor of this edition did a very poor job. Maybe so that they could come out with a new edition and jack up the price...
Other than that it was very well written.
Paster
Our school was offering only the loose-leaf edition of this book, with the online Pearson access code, for over $180. (And I still would have had to buy a 3-ring binder, plus the bookstore will NOT buy back loose leaf textbooks!) I paid $70 for this book, new, from Amazon, and bought the code online through Pearson's site for $65. This paperback edition is the one to get! Just be aware that the pages are very thin. It is hard to believe there are well over 700 pages in this slim book!

I cannot speak of the content: it's a textbook, and it is kind of hard to be excited about it!
Nuadador
This book was absolutely terrible. I purchased it while taking a class required for continuing professional certs, and I was shocked at how outdated and archaic most of the information is. It was also very dry, and the principles were poorly explained in many areas. Unless you have a professor who tests straight out of the book, save your money - you can find better, more accurate explanations of the material in this book by searching Youtube, or the public forums.
lets go baby
This textbook was assigned by an online Macroeconomics course I took.

It was a pretty good book, but not outstanding. It was easy to read and very comprehensive, but also somewhat tough in that it was a self-directed course and I had no desire to pick up the text to study. It just wasn't that engaging.

I did come away from reading our assigned readings with a reasonable knowledge of the subject, If your teacher requires this book, or some version of it, you are lucky, as I can imagine other texts obscuring the content considerably. This presents it in a straightforward way that the average non-economics major can grasp, and if dilligent, walk away with an A or B (I'm an art major)... but there was nothing about the text that really made it deserving of five stars. I've read better textbooks.

It was a "reasonable" textbook. Nothing more, nothing less.
Knights from Bernin
Book has tears along the spine and some kind of liquid damage on some of the pages causing a few pages to stick. Otherwise the book appears to be in good enough condition to read and study.
It's the textbook the teacher required for my daughter's class. I don't think people really buy them otherwise. It met the need and saved us money. Textbook rental is great. Super easy. Thanks.