Bob Cropf

More useful links

In statistics on January 26, 2009 at 8:37 AM

The first one is called “How to Gut a Book” and is written with history students in mind bu the advice is still pertinent. You should come to every class prepared to talk about the author’s main thesis of every article or book we read in class.

The second one is called “Visualizing Economics.” If you’re like me you probably prefer a well-done graphic to page after page of complex formulae. This website provides a wealth of economic data in attractive graphical presentations.

  1. The graphics are an interesting way of showcases economic topics that allow you to visualize the situation.

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