Steve Slavin, PhD, is the author of fifteen economics and math books, including two college texts, Economics . The Great American Economy by Steve Slavin should be required reading for every voter in the United States.
He taught economics for thirty-one years at Union County College, Brooklyn College, and New York Institute of Technology. Using a conversational style that gets the reader engaged, the author has created an easy to read diagnosis of the decline of the once most prosperous economy ever created.
Steve Slavin’s book may be their last chance to rescue prosperity from the clutches of economic degeneration. Robert E. Wright, author of Fubarnomics and The Poverty of Slavery. He taught economics for thirty-one years at Union County College, Brooklyn College, and New York Institute of Technology.
With the help of Steve Slavin, economics is no longer a mystery-it’s a fascinating realm of exploration and discussion. STEVE L. SLAVIN, P. is Associate Professor of Economics at Union County College in Cranford, New Jersey. He has also taught at Brooklyn College and at the New York Institute of Technology.
Slavin’s book on economics in America should have a place in every university, college and public library. Dr. Slavin’s work is detailed and thorough. It is a valuable resource
Slavin’s book on economics in America should have a place in every university, college and public library. It’s that important a book. It could well be used as a text for teaching economics in high schools and colleges. For those of us who care about what happens to our nation, this book should be on every person’s bookshelf. Slavin cites specific problems in our economy. He takes an historical view, discussing how a great nation was built and where it has gone wrong. It is a valuable resource. I highly recommend i. .
Steve Slavin's lively and comprehensive Economics has a student-friendly, step-by-step approach; value pricing; and a built-in Workbook/Study Guide. The text encourages active rather than passive reading.
Steve Slavin's lively and comprehensive Economics 11e has a student-friendly, step-by-step approach. The content is set up as a workbook, encouraging students to fill in tables and graphs and work problems as they read to actively engage with the material
Slavin Stephen L. Book.
Slavin Stephen L.
Xv, 821 pages : 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Includes bibliographical references and index