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    Hello. I am studying Alevel and planning to apply for Lse Accounting and Finance course. ( It's hard but i really like the school) ? The school has a list of Preliminary reading, below :
    If you wish to gain further insight into the subject we suggest that you look at one of the following books:

    P Atrill and E McLaney Financial Accounting for Decision Makers (7th edition, FT Prentice Hall, 2013)
    A Bhimani, C T Horngren, S M Datar and M V Rajan Management and Cost Accounting (5th edition, FT Prentice Hall, 2012)
    Z Bodie, R Merton and D Cleeton Financial Economics (2nd edition, Prentice Hall, 2009)
    W Clarke How the City of London Works (7th edition, Sweet and Maxwell, 2008)
    P Howell and K Bain Financial Markets and Institutions (5th Edition, FT Prentice Hall, 2007)

    For those wishing to gain further insight into what economists study, we suggest looking at one or more of the following popular books or others like them:

    A V Banerjee and E Duflo Poor Economics: barefoot hedge-fund managers, DIY doctors and the surprising truth about life on less than $1 a day (Penguin, 2012)
    T Harford The Undercover Economist (Abacus, 2007) and The Logic of Life (Little Brown, 2009)
    P Krugman End This Depression Now! (W W Norton, 2012)
    S D Levitt and S J Dubner Freakonomics (Penguin, 2007) and Superfreakonomics (Penguin, 2010)

    N G Mankiw Macroeconomics (7th edition, Worth Publishers, 2010)
    W Morgan, M L Katz and H Rosen Microeconomics (2nd edition, McGraw-Hill, 2009)
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    Does anyone have one of these books ? It would be so nice if i can borrow any of these from you guys ? Thank you very much.
    I could pay lending fee if you want as long as it is affordable.
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