Principles of Personalist Economics is a text intended to teach introductory economics mainly from the perspective of the economic agent as a human person, thereby offering a critical examination of human beings as buyers and sellers, producers and resource-holders, employers and employees, entrepreneurs and bankers. This text evolved over a period of more than 25 years teaching college students and was used as the main text with more than 1,000 students between 2002 and 2007. It is revised as better ways to teach the principles course come to mind or it becomes necessary to add new materials to reflect changing economic affairs in a global economic order. Click here for access.
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