Focusing on the service economy, and designed especially for non-economics majors, this practical text establishes a new and enduring blend of topics for an introudctory course in consumerism. It presses students to appreciate the world of markets and to clarify their personal priorities for decision-making as it introduces the fundamentals of markets, consumer choice, financial assessment, risk avoidance and other topics. The book features numerous illustartive examples, useful perspectives and practical guidelines on intelligent consumerism.List the main costs of higher education, and prepare a table of costs that you expect to bear during your own stint of higher learning. ... Hint: How do near-term costs compare to far-off gains? 5. ... per year as a professional business economist, versus the $35, 000 per year you would earn as a TV repair person if you went to aanbsp;...
|Author||:||Steven Dale Soderlind|
|Publisher||:||M.E. Sharpe - 2001-01-01|