Understanding Economics presents an interesting and accessible introduction to key economic ideas. The book clearly shows the relevance of economics to everyday situations. Examples are drawn from the internal workings of households, business firms and non-profit organizations. The book is user friendly in both style and content and requires no prior knowledge of economics and minimal mathematics.the manual labourer or machine operative. In modern Britain there are new training needs, for example, old heavy industries of iron and steel have declined and the leisure industry and financial services make new demands for ... Here the goal could be that of a#39;creative altruisma#39;, a concept used by Richard Titmuss (1970 ).
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