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  1. Don Gorges
    January 9, 2014

    __Not by choice, Ariel Diaz now turns attention from Students to Educators, and begins the hard work of supporting the script “It’s not Principles of Economics 6th Edition — it’s better!” _ An interview in VC media [VentureFizz] set-up in my mind his staging leaving Boundless for a new venture soon. _ http://venturefizz.com/blog/boundless-unbound#! _ _ Ultimately it’ll be September’s Faculty textbook adoptions when we see more Lessons from the Boundless Copyright Infringement Suit.

    Anyone like to see the differences in Boundless Alternative to Principles of Economics?
    Viewed at a distance, it can be hard to visualize the differences and values, to look for Visual Communications in the Authors voice-vocabulary. Compare these Sample Chapters on “Supply and Demand”, opening links in separate windows for a side by side chapter review.
    Principles of Economics, 7th Edition, N. Gregory Mankiw, Harvard University
    http://www.wadsworthmedia.com/marketing/sample_chapters/9781285165875_ch04.pdf
    Part II: HOW MARKETS WORK.
    4. The Market Forces of Supply and Demand.
    5. Elasticity and Its Application.
    6. Supply, Demand, and Government Policies.
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    Boundless Economics Open Textbook
    https://www.boundless.com/economics/
    https://www.boundless.com/economics/introducing-supply-and-demand/
    Chapter 3: Introducing Supply and Demand
    Section 1: Demand
    Section 2: Supply
    Section 3: Market Equilibrium
    Section 4: Government Intervention and Disequilibrium

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