- You Tube
integration: Over 100 key topics from Schiller's texts will be
coordinated with interesting and innovative videos on YouTube and will be
updated every month to keep course materials current and on track with events
around the world.
- One-semester survey of economics course
for non-economics majors; course will cover both micro and macro topics. The
book contains just the right amount of depth and the right number of topics
for a one-semester, non-major course?students are exposed only to the ideas
needed for a basic understanding of how economies function?yet the book covers
more than a typical survey or issues text.
- The Great Recession of
2008-2009 and its impact, including: the effects of the recession on
confidence in Chapter 1, coverage of the recession in Chapter 10, an
integration of the recession into the AS/AD narrative in Chapter 11, a
discussion of the Fed?s response to the 2008 credit crisis in Chapter 14, and
an interpretation of the resulting 2009-10 stimulus policies in Chapter
- The Obama
administration and its effect on policy is reflected in the focus on
2009-10 policy debates in Chapter 16, the discussion of Obama?s trade policies
in chapter 17, and the results of a 2010 poll on confidence in government
intervention in Chapter 9.
- McGraw-Hill?s Connect Economics. Connect Economics offers a number of powerful tools and features to make managing assignments easier, so you can spend more time teaching. Students can engage with their coursework anytime and anywhere, making the learning process more accessible and efficient. In short, Connect Economics facilitates student learning and optimizes your time and energies, enabling you to focus on course content, teaching, and student learning.