It is not math heavy and only requires macroeconomic 101 knowledge to read through.
Still, since it is the best book on the historical (and still very relevant) development of the field, I am happy to give the book four stars.
This book is a nice overview of the main macro theories with a non-mathematical slant.
The book Modern Macroeconomics: Its Origins, Development and Current State by Brian Snowdon was as described, very good price and quality. Thanks!Published 18 months ago by Alex Carsey
If you are interested in the essence of economic schools of thoughts, this is the book to get.
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Nice book, organizes the macroeconomic development on the 20th century. Good interviews in the end of each chapter, with great economists.Published 22 months ago by Fernando
This book is not easy to find at any price. The price was great and delivery was prompt. Great service.Published on January 8, 2008 by Eric Belliveau
Good book with interesting interviews. Interviews are conducted by economists who actually know what they are talking about.Published on October 2, 2007 by Piso Mojado