Offering a broad overview of the many ways in which Managerial Economics affects decision making, this book provides the key tools that managers need to think like economists. With a readable style it brings to life the major contributions in economics, and some of the most important debates. It offers readers the chance to understand how markets really work, and how they fail. Most importantly, it shows you how to utilise markets on a day to day basis.
Keywords: General Finance & Investments, managerial economics, economics for managers, microeconomics, macroeconomics, economics for decision making, economic policies, business economics, monetary policy, fiscal policy, how markets work, why markets fail, executive economics, concide guide to macroeconomics