One difference that I know is that the International edition has a lot of examples that are not from US. The theory is the same, obviously, but the examples are from different countries around the world.
For an International Economics class I'm taking this coming semester we are using Krugmans' International Economics:Theory and Policy. I am going to get it offline and was wondering what the difference was between the international edition and the US edition? Anybody know?
Double check the chapters but in my experience with international version, they are pretty much the same for much cheaper prices. I normally get econ & math textbooks used or I buy the international version, it's usually about $40 cheaper. campusi.com is a great resource.
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