January 10, 2008
Supplemental Readings in Courses
Posted by Daniel Sokol

One issue with which I struggle in teaching is how to engage students in business classes when most of the students lack any job experience.  Often I try to use business examples that may be relevant to them.  An additional step that I take is to provide supplemental readings for them.  I recently read an excellent managerial economics textbook that is accessible to law students that uses lots of examples that help to explain the economic theory.  The book is Managerial Economics: A Problem Solving Approach by Luke M. Froeb and Brian T. McCann.  Does anybody have suggestions for additional materials to keep on reserve as a primer for students?

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