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Please suffer the following self promotion: a comment on Amazon.com about our textbook from one of our exec MBA students:
Managerial Economics: A Problem Solving Approach is designed to teach the reader how to think in an analytical way; it is not a textbook that forces the reader to memorize hordes of complex and rarely used concepts. This is the one economics text book that I have found to be helpful on an almost daily basis. Prof. Froeb's book teaches the reader how to systematically work through a problem and apply economic theory in a meaningful and useful way. Managerial Economics is an easy read that makes a lot of sense. I understood the concepts and still remember them to this day several months after finishing it. As a student of economics, I have been forced to read a lot of text books, and this is the first one to make sense to me.