The Handbook for Economics Lecturers

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Earl, P. and Wakeley, T. (2005). Business Economics: A Contemporary Approach, London: McGraw-Hill.

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Heilbroner, R. (1997). Teachings from the Worldly Philosophers, New York: Norton.

Himmelweit, S., Simonetti, R. and Trigg, A. (2001). Microeconomics: Neoclassical and Institutionalist Perspectives on Economic Behaviour, Thomson.

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Littlechild, S. (1978). The Fallacy of the Mixed Economy, London: Institute of Economic Affairs.

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Stretton, H. (1999). Economics: A New Introduction, London: Pluto.

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