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“The major concepts of macroeconomics are broken down with wit, verve, and clarity in this excellent follow-up to The Cartoon Introduction to Economics: Vol. 1: Microeconomics . . . This clever, lucid, and lighthearted book is a godsend to anyone who needs a simple but complete primer on the ins and outs of economics.” ―Publishers Weekly
“People don't usually chuckle over unemployment, inflation, and recessions. But they'll get plenty of laughs out of this book--and a good introduction to macro too.” ―Eric Maskin, Nobel Laureate in Economics
“If you don't want to cry about the state of the economy, why not laugh instead? This book is an ideal introduction to macroeconomics for anybody who thinks they ought to understand what's happening around them but is put off by dense text and economics jargon.” ―Diane Coyle, author of The Economics of Enough
“Bauman [has] an insightful philosophical bent and the natural inclinations of an educator, in the best sense of that term.” ―MarginalRevolution.com
A freelance cartoonist, illustrator, and animator, Grady Klein is the creator of the Lost Colony series of graphic novels.
An environmental economist at the University of Washington, Yoram Bauman, Ph.D., is the world's first and only stand-up economist.
Bought this book for my middle schooler! She loves the illustrations and I use the content to teach her the subject! I am in awe for the book.Published 1 month ago by Godha
I bought both Volume 1 and Volume 2. These are good book for teens to understand economic, the cartoon really get my daughter's attention, so she read on and finished reading them.Published 1 month ago by Z. HE
Economics made simple, intuitive, but well documented and usefull even for graduate students or professionals.Published 2 months ago by Gobelino
These are cartoons?? Not funny, not entertaining, and certainly not educational. I teach AP Macro and AP Micro and intended to use selected cartoons to reinforce some of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. GRADY
the authors make a complex subject accessible via visual narrative, and a dose of humor. It won't replace a college textbook, but that's the point. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brenda M. Michelson
Don't buy the Kindle Version. It's a Ripoff! Unlike most books you can ONLY view the book Horizontally. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thunderstruck
I'm an undergrad at Michigan State University planning on taking an intermediate level Macroeconomics course in the fall. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ryan Scherbatsky
My son was struggling with a first year college economics class, so I bought him this. Perfect for visual learners, and a great summary if you need an overview. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Fiona Vidal-White