The new “Economics101” textbook for U.S. high school students is being published in early September.
The new textbook, titled “The Economics of Supply and Demand” by Michael Hennessey, is being released by Pearson Education Inc. as part of its “New Economics” program.
The book is designed for students to learn the basics of economics and how the economy works.
Hennessey is a professor at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the author of several books including “Economic and Business Models for the 21st Century” and “The Value of Business: A Guide to the New Economy.”
The book includes information on the supply side of the economy and the dynamics of demand.
It also covers the effects of government policies and government interventions, including the Federal Reserve.
“The book’s subtitle is ‘The Economics 101 of Supply/Demand: An Integrated Approach to Economics’,” said John R. Lefkowitz, publisher of the Pearson Education Company.
“This new edition is designed to be accessible to anyone, regardless of their economics background.”
Hennesseys book covers a wide variety of topics, including supply and demand, government regulation, and consumer choice.
The book includes a chapter on the impact of the Federal Trade Commission on markets.
The textbook also includes several charts that can help students visualize the various aspects of the supply and need side of an economy.
“We have developed the book to be simple to understand and to be easy to use for students and their families, and it’s also a great way to learn about the basics that will be helpful for those of you who are interested in the economics of supply-side economics,” Hennessey said.
The “Economies101” book also includes an “Economical History of the United States” section, as well as a chapter that covers U.K. history.
The Pearson Education website says the book is aimed at students who have already read the “The Science of Supply” book and want to learn more about economics.
Hennsey said the new book “will be the best resource available for economics in America.”
“I hope that students will enjoy learning about the fundamentals of economics that have been well-studied in other academic disciplines,” Hennsey told the Associated Press in a statement.
“We are also very excited about the fact that this book will be free to download and print at no cost.”