Macroeconomics Canadian Version, Second Edition (2014).
Iris Au and Jack Parkinson of the University of Toronto, Scarborough have "Canadianized" the Macroeconomics section of Krugman/Wells, Economics, Third Edition, maintaining the structure and spirit of the U.S. version but adapting it to reflect Canadian macroeconomic policies and to appeal more directly to Canadian instructors and students. In almost every instance, U.S. data sets, cases, research, and policy discussions have been supplanted by Canadian material.
New Opening Stories, Examples, and Key Features:
New opening stories have been introduced in key chapters, Economics in Action features are updated throughout the textbook, and new examples illustrating key concepts have changed with the instructor & student in mind.
New Business Case Studies:
Each chapter closes with a new business case study that applies the economics learned in the chapter to a specific business situation.
New Coverage of the Financial Crisis:
A new chapter, Crises and Consequences, provides an extended discussion of the financial crisis of 2008-2009 and its place in the history of economic crises. Financial crisis material is also integrated throughout the textbook, especially in the macroeconomics split, with instances identified by a special "Crisis" icon.