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Course information for ECON 6351-22823
SemesterSpring 2014
Course NumberECON 6351-22823
Course TitleEconomics for Managers
PrerequisitesGraduate standing required for enrollment
InstructorMassomeh Hajilee
OfficeBrazos Hall 307 (Sugar Land)
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Textbook Information

Schiller, Bradley R., Essentials of Economics, 9th (2014) ed., McGraw-Hill, ISBN 0078021731(Required)

Schiller, Bradley R., Study Guide to accompany Essentials of Economics, 9th Edition, 2014 ed., McGraw-Hill, ISBN 0077650158(Recommended)The Study Guide helps students develop quantitative skills and the use of economic terminology and enhances critical thinking capabilities. Each chapter includes the following features: Quick Review, Learning Objectives, Using Key terms, True/False Practice Questions, Multiple Choice Practice Questions, Problems and Applications, Common Errors. At the end of each chapter, answers are provided to all problems, exercises, and questions.

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