There are many books out there that talk about micro macro economics, which is an economic theory based on the idea of micro-economies, and macro economies. Micro-macro is a lot different than macro, but both have their place in an economic model. In the previous article I was discussing some micro macro books and theories that you may want to read, and this one will go into some more books that will be helpful in the study of micro and macro.
John Kenneth Galbraith – E – A brief History of Economic Thought, is a book about the economic history of the United States, starting with the first colony, and is going all the way back to ancient times. This book is great for learning more about economic theory. This book is not available in the electronic format, but if you are willing to take it with you, it's a great way to learn more about the history of economics.
John Cochrane – Macroeconomics: The Search For Stability is another book that you may want to read before you become familiar with micro macroeconomics. The book covers all the different forms of economics, including macro, micro, and micro-microeconomics. This book is especially important for the student who wants to get some of the concepts about economics that they need before they dive into the deeper waters of the macro.
Robert Solow – The Principles of Econometrics is the first book that you should read about micro-macro, especially if you are new to economics or economic theory. The book covers all the different types of micro-microeconomics, including micro, macro, and micro-macroeconomics. You can use this book to learn about the concepts of micro and macro economic theory and how these types of economies work.
Richard Thaler – NurtureShock: How Parental Care Impacts Child Development is a book that are a little more advanced than those mentioned above, but still very much in line with micro and macro economic theory. This book will give you an idea of how parenting can affect your children's development, as well as help you understand the theories behind micro and macro.
E – A Brief History of Economic Thought is also an excellent book to get into. This book covers all of the different types of economic models that are out there today, and helps you understand what they all have in common. This book is especially good for someone who already has some experience with economic theory or micro and wants to get a little bit more . . . . . . into it.