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Bookends About Economics

Economics: A Simple Twist on Normalcy is an approachable introduction to some basic concepts in economics.  The author Kersten Kelly focuses on everyday examples of economics at work in order to make the concepts more relatable for the everyday reader.  Although the book is neither as dry nor as comprehensive as an economics textbook, I think it has the potential to be a good introduction to an economics course in order to get students more interested.
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Author Interview with Kersten Kelly

Hello all and welcome to our first author interview!  Today I’m excited to share with you some questions I got to ask Kersten Kelly, the author of Economics: A Simple Twist on Normalcy.  If her book sounds like something that might interest you, you can read on to hear about her inspiration, check back on Saturday for a review, and find out more about her at the links given at then end of this post.  Now, without further ado, the interview…

First, could you tell us a little about your book?
The book is a unique compilation of examples of pop culture, history, social media, business, sports, and education all explained through an economic lens. It uses current market trends and examples that can be applicable and enjoyable for anyone. It is written in a narrative non-fiction format so it flows easily and does not read similarly to a textbook. Economics is part of daily life, and this book challenges readers to question how and why people make decisions by adding a simple twist on normalcy. Continue reading

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