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A bible for students

Advantages: Concise, easy to use book, clear diagrams
Disadvantages: Can be too simple if you have A' level economics

...As a first year student reading Economics and Politics, I currently have to take a 30 credit module entitled "Principles of Economics". In essence I have found that this is extremely similar to the A' level economics course, however there are a few notab ...

tomhughes78 08.03.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Economics - David Begg, Stanley Fischer

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Really helpful 1st year degree text

Advantages: simple to understand, easy to find what you want
Disadvantages: how interesting can economics be!

...Although this wasn't the course text for my 1st year Economics degree course, I brought it anyway because I'd found our course book complex and hard to use. Having not studied economics previously, this book was a great starting point. Its really sim ...

ralphaz 31.10.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Economics - David Begg, Stanley Fischer

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The winning ticket to understand accounting

Advantages: Excellent plain english writing, with bullet points and exam tips
Disadvantages: All the figures are in $

Cambridge AS Level and A Level Accounting. Harold Randall Cambridge University Press 2005 I have never been good with figures. Well actually, I am hopeless; so during my second degree programme, Contact Centre Management, (the first was BSc Global F ...

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Review of AS Level and A Level Accounting - Harold Randall

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