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Eclipse (Crepúsculo 3)

by Stephenie Meyer

Número 1 en la lista de bestsellers de The New York Times y de USA Today. Mejor Novela Young Adult de Todos los Tiempos por la revista Time.La Saga Crepúsculo, en la que se incluyen los títulos Crepúsculo, Luna nueva, Eclipse y Amanecer, ha vendido ya cerca de 155 millones de copias en todo el mundo y más de 3 millones de ejemplares solo en España.Bella se encuentra de nuevo en peligro: una serie de misteriosos asesinatos está sembrando el pánico en la localidad y hay un ser maligno tras ella, sediento de venganza. Además, tendrá que elegir entre su amor por Edward y su amistad con Jacob, consciente de que su decisión podrá desencadenar definitivamente la guerra entre vampiros y hombres lobo. Mientras se va acercando su graduación se le presenta un nuevo dilema mucho más complejo: vida o muerte. Pero ¿cuál es cuál?

Eclipse (Crepúsculo 3)

by Stephenie Meyer

Número 1 en la lista de bestsellers de The New York Times y de USA Today. Mejor Novela Young Adult de Todos los Tiempos por la revista Time.La Saga Crepúsculo, en la que se incluyen los títulos Crepúsculo, Luna nueva, Eclipse y Amanecer, ha vendido ya cerca de 155 millones de copias en todo el mundo y más de 3 millones de ejemplares solo en España.Bella se encuentra de nuevo en peligro: una serie de misteriosos asesinatos está sembrando el pánico en la localidad y hay un ser maligno tras ella, sediento de venganza. Además, tendrá que elegir entre su amor por Edward y su amistad con Jacob, consciente de que su decisión podrá desencadenar definitivamente la guerra entre vampiros y hombres lobo. Mientras se va acercando su graduación se le presenta un nuevo dilema mucho más complejo: vida o muerte. Pero ¿cuál es cuál?

Econ Alive! The Power to Choose

by Phillip J. Vanfossen

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Economic Education for Consumers

by Roger Leroy Miller Alan D. Stafford

ECONOMIC EDUCATION FOR CONSUMERS, 4E brings economic, consumer, and personal finance topics to life. Exciting changes to this edition include a bright, new design and updated information on important changes in technology, banking, and taxes. Organized into several class-length lessons, each chapter contains several features to capture and maintain student interest, such as Consumer Alert, Vote Your Wallet, Inside the Numbers, Math of Money, What in the World?, and NetBookmark.

Economic Education for Consumers

by Roger Leroy Miller Alan D. Stafford

This textbook helps high school students to become informed consumers and prepares them to make wise financial decisions. Sample topics include choosing a career, filing taxes, budgeting expenses, using credit, and investing for the future. Among the pedagogical features is a capstone project in which students incorporate course material into a comprehensive lifespan plan for achieving their personal goals. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Economics

by Arthur O'Sullivan Steven M. Sheffrin Grant Wiggins

This two volume set reprints 28 papers on fiscal and monetary policy interpreted broadly enough to include such issues as the effects of government debt and intergenerational accounting. It emphasizes problems that are not specific to a particular country but are relevant for all developed market economies. Fiscal and Monetary Policy is divided into three parts; the first deals with the problems that are common to both fiscal and monetary policies; the second deals with fiscal policy and the third with monetary policy. Fiscal and Monetary Policy includes important articles on the effects of lags on the feasibility of stabilization policy, time inconsistency, the motivation of monetary and fiscal authorities, the Lucas critique, Ricardian equivalence, the choice of monetary targets, feedback rules, international aspects of monetary policy and the appropriate role of government in the monetary system.

Economics

by John B. Taylor

InEconomics,noted economist and teacher John Taylor unravels sophisticated material by combining clear, straightforward writing with annotated graphs and real-life examples that drive students' interest in modern economic theory. The first to cover long-run fundamentals before short-term economic fluctuations, Taylor's modern approach helps students to understand the basic determinants of growth (labor, capital, and technology) before introducing fluctuations (inflation, output, and employment) that can occur even during periods of steady growth. The Student Technology Package will be automatically bundled for free with all new copies of the textbook sold in the U. S. This package includes access to both SMARTHINKING online tutoring and the student textbook web site, as well as the Taylor Tutorial CD-ROM, and a Technology Guide. Numerous graphs feature Taylor's trademark "conversation boxes" and offer students a step-by-step illustration of the economic models and theories under review.

Economics, 1st Edition

by Paul Krugman Robin Wells

Krugman/Wells takes a story-driven approach that focuses on real-world economics at work. The book offers the hallmark clarity and engaging writing style that distinguish Paul Krugman's work, from his best-selling international economics text to his "New York Times" best-sellers.

Economics, 2nd Edition

by Paul Krugman Robin Wells

The same unique voice that made Paul Krugman a widely read economist is evident on every page of Economics. The product of the partnership of coauthors Krugman and Robin Wells, the book returns in a new edition. The new edition is informed and informative, solidly grounded in economic fundamentals yet focused on the realities of today's world and the lives of students. It maintains the signature Krugman/Wells story-driven approach while incorporating organizational changes, new content and features, and new media and supplements. Watch a video interview of Paul Krugman here.

Economics and Personal Finance

by Joan S. Ryan Irvin B. Tucker

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Economics by Example

by David Anderson

Lively, surprising, yet filled with solid economic content, Economics by Example is for students who want to understand why they should study economics while in the process of learning it This concise paperback introduces economic principles in the context of real-life applications, with much to say about how the economic way of thinking can improve students' decisions. Economics by Example was created to support traditional texts but it can also be used on its own, in courses requiring minimal mathematics or graphical analysis.

Economics: Concepts and Choices

by Mcdougal Littell

Economics textbook

Economics: Concepts and Choices

by Mark C. Schug John Morton Sally Meek

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Economics in Our Times (Revised Edition)

by Roger A. Arnold

Economics in Our Times presents a comprehensive exciting relevant and fully integrated economics program for today's high-school student. Five themes recur throughout the Economics in Our Times Program: 1) Economics play a large part in local state national and world events and it is important for the well-educated student to understand this. 2) Economics consists not just of a list of topics (e.g. inflation unemployment monetary and fiscal policy etc.) or even a set of tools; essentially it is a way of thinking students can use to examine critically and understand more fully the world they live in. 3) The student who learns about supply and demand the role of prices opportunity cost costs and benefits externalities the law of diminishing marginal utility and much more that economics has to offer will never again look at the world in the same way;they will have a sharper focus. 4) Economics is presented as a truly social science that not only informs students of facts and issues they will encounter in the business world but also the ideas and issues they will deal with as citizens of the world. 5) Consumer economics should be a part of every student's education. Economics in Our Times takes the position that informed and responsible consumers sellers saver workers and employers don't just happen; they are educated to be who they are.

Economics: Institutions and Analysis Fourth Edition

by Gerson Antell Walter Harris

This text book keeps it simple. It's organized intelligently and it has an extended glossary with concise definitions of virtually every term mentioned in the text. So while economics is never easy to grasp, this book is written in such a straight-forward way, it makes it clearer than most economics text books.

Economics: It's Your Business

by Henry Billings

Learn about the meaning of economics, what affects it, its systems and the world's view about it.

Economics: New Ways of Thinking

by Roger A. Arnold

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Economics: New Ways of Thinking

by Roger A. Arnold

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Economics: Principles and Practices

by Gary E. Clayton

This book contains topics on Fundamental Economic Concepts, Micro Economics, Macro Economics (Institutions, Policies), International and Global Economics. Profiles in Economics, Economics in Action (Video Activities), Interactive Economics (Computer Activities), Surfing the Net (Web Activities), Technology Activities, Skills (Economic, Critical Thinking, Technology and Life). Also included are Charts, Maps and Graphs.

Economics: Principles and Practices

by Gary E. Clayton

Economics textbook for teens.

Economics: Principles in Action

by Arthur O’sullivan Steven M. Sheffrin

Economics: Principles in Action is a multi-dimensional program designed to help students of all abilities achieve fundamental understanding of core economic principles. Key concepts, based on the twenty content standards of the National Council on Economic Education (NCEE), are developed throughout the program and supported by a variety of activities to help students apply their new knowledge to the real world.

Economics Today and Tomorrow

by Roger Leroy Miller

Economics Today and Tomorrow incorporates the 21 basic concepts established in A Framework for Teaching Basic Economic Concepts, published by the National Council on Economic Education.

Economics: Work and Prosperity in the Christian Perspective (Second Edition)

by Russell Kirk Julie Lostroh

Offers a view of economics from the standpoint of Biblical authority.

Edexcel A Level Physics Student Book 1

by Graham George Mike Benn

Endorsed by Edexcel Help students to build and develop the essential knowledge and skills needed, provide practical assessment guidance and plenty of support for the new mathematical requirements with this Edexcel Year 1 Student Book.- Supports practical assessment with Practical Skill summaries throughout- Provides support for all 16 required practicals with detailed explanations, data and exam style questions for students to answer- Builds understanding and knowledge with a variety of questions to engage and challenge students throughout the course: prior knowledge, worked examples, Test Yourself and Exam Practice Questions- Acts as an aid for the mathematical requirements of the course with worked examples of calculations and a dedicated 'Maths in Physics' chapter- Develops understanding with free online access to Test yourself Answers, an Extended Glossary, Learning Outcomes and Topic SummariesEdexcel A level Physics Student Book 1 includes AS level.

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