21st-Century Economics

The 21st-Century Economics series provides students with
an understanding of the key components of modern economics and the markets that
facilitate the exchange of goods and services through books on depressions,
recessions, the stock market, inflation, supply and demand, taxation,
globalization, and international trade. For instance, students will come to
understand not only how a depression affects a national economy but the ways in
which it affects both individuals and international trade relations. Strong
text-image correlation and sidebars, coupled with a reader-friendly glossaries
and indexes, help to contextualize these complex and important concepts.
Book Contains:

• Sidebars that further explore the various impacts that each
subject can have on a local and global level through both contemporary and
historical lenses

• Color photographs that engage readers and further explain
the accompanying text

• A Glossary, further information section, selected
bibliography, and an index that provide readers with easy-to-reference
Curriculum Connections:

• Students will be able to explain trade
barriers and their influence on the global, national, business, and personal
levels, in alignment with the C3 Social Studies Framework goals

• Students
will gain an understanding of global and local effects of inflation, supply and
demand, borrowing and investing in the stock market, and international

Product type: Single Copy Set
ISBN: 978-1-5026-4776-4
Copyright: 2020
Reading Level: Grade 8
Interest Level: Grades 7-12+
Dimensions: 6" x 9"