This new full-colour, user-friendly text written from a Canadian perspective introduces students to a review of the basic principles of economics, as well as the history of economic thought. This text also examines economic decision making, including the role of government, employment andunemployment issues, as well as the global economy and international economic issues.
About the author
Born in the village of Carpanzano in Calabria, Italy in 1951, Angelo Bolotta emigrated to Canada in 1955. He graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours B.A. in economic geography in 1973, and a Bachelor of Education (in geography and economics) in 1974. He also obtained a Master of Education in Curriculum and Assessment in 1988 from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Angelo is a career educator, curriculum leader, administrator, consultant, university instructor and author with over 40 years of experience in public education. He started teaching with the Toronto Catholic District School Board in 1974, and retired in 2009, after serving his last 18 years as a secondary school principal and curriculum leader. He continued his teaching career as an instructor and supervisor with Niagara University from 2007–2014. Angelo is the author of numerous textbooks and educational publications about civics, Canadian history, economics, the immigrant experience, and student assessment.
Other titles by Angelo Bolotta
Daring to Dream
A Handbook for Hope in the Time of Trump
Civics and Citizenship Course Guide
Civics and Citizenship Student Website
School Unlimited-Users License
Civics and Citizenship Student Bundle
Student Book + 1-Year Single-User Student Website License
Civics and Citizenship Student Book
Active Citizen: You Can Make A Difference
You Can Make a Difference
Analyzing Current Issues