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The Crash of 2008: Cause and Aftermath. By James Gwartney, David Macpherson, Russell Sobel, and Richard Stroup provides a comprehensive analysis of the current economic crisis. This crisis is likely to be the most important macroeconomic event of our lifetime. The Crash of 2008: Cause and Aftermath addresses the cause, analyzes the future, and considers the often ask question of whether we are headed for another Great Depression. Economic Crisis 2008 will help teachers communicate valuable information to students. Test questions are available in the secured test bank. Visit the Common Sense Economics Hot Topics page for other resources connected to the crisis.
The following downloads will provide instructional information that will help students connect common sense to the basic principles of economics, help students begin to “think like economists,” and provide important insights with regard to how the world really works.