1.ECON 2106 - Economics
The Fatal Equilibrium, Marshall Jevons, Ballantine, ISBN 0-345-33158-3 ... The Fatal Equilibrium must be read in its entirety by the time we complete chapter 9.
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2.Economics as Detective Fiction Features and Information - IEI
The sequels in their paperback format are: Marshall Jevons (1986) The Fatal Equilibrium; and. (1998) A Deadly Indifference. 4. Steven E. Landsburg (1993) ...
3.Kenneth G. Elzinga Bio
The Fatal Equilibrium, is used in college classes across the country to illustrate introductory economic principles. A former Fellow in Law and Economics at the ...
4.2012-2013 Recommended Summer Reading AP World History/w ...
The Fatal Equilibrium, Marshall Jevons, MIT Press, 1985. Freakonomics, Levitt and Dubner, Harper Collins, 2006. AP European History w/ European Studies ...
5.Econ 2010: Syllabus, Fall 2012 - University of Virginia
Colander, Microeconomics (8th edition, split, softcover). Colander, Microeconomics (8th edition, split, looseleaf). 白 Jevons, The Fatal Equilibrium ( paperback) ...
6.Econ 198 Aut 2012 Sy.. - University of Chicago
N. Gregory Mankiw, Principles of Economics, 5th or 6th Ed, or Principles of Microeconomics, 5th or 6th Ed* = ME. Marshall Jevons, The Fatal Equilibrium*. = FE ...
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7.Resume of Kenneth G. Elzinga - Princeton Economics Group
The Fatal Equilibrium by Marshall Jevons (pseudonym), co-author with William Breit (Cambridge: MIT Press,. 1985). Paperback version published by Ballantine, ...
8.Ec 102: Economics B - LSE - Individual Web Pages for Taught ...
Behavior,” 7th ed. (McGraw-Hill International Edition). Marshall Jevons, “The. Fatal Equilibrium,” (Ballantine), a readable economics mystery novel which will ...