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I am currently studying managerial economics by W. Bruce Allen. The book is good. Are there any good book with quizzes , that makes economics sweeter? Books that relate to real world facts and figure would be better.

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A good introductory book with a lot of data and statistics provided is: "Macroeconomics: Understanding the Global Economy" by David Miles and Andrew Scott. You can find the link to the book here:

Macroeconomics - Miles/Scott

It uses a lot of real world examples to relate economic concepts with real data and explain observed economic phenomena.

If you are interested also in Microeconomics I would recommend Mankiw and Krugman which you can find here:

Microeconomics - Krugman

Microeconomics - Mankiw

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