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dShahnawaz

  • one year ago

What's the best way to learn Economics?

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  1. aselormey
    • one year ago
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    It depends whether you're learning about microeconomics, macroeconomics, both or simply just interested in the subject. I find watching youtube videos a quick and easy way of getting to the point! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNd3cd0Bsr8 < try that :)

  2. dShahnawaz
    • one year ago
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    Hey thanks for the link. I myself was looking 4ward to buy Henry Hazlitt's book; now I have the privilege of video lectures. Thanks a bunch. I am taking this subject to compete for some exams. plus I have deep curiosity in Economics!

  3. jimmothykhon
    • one year ago
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    economics.com

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