This is a list of textbooks I’ve read and would recommend.

I read a lot of principles-of-economics textbooks (too many, I’d suggest just reading one)

- Robert Frank et al.,
*Principles of Economics* - Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok,
*Modern Principles of Economics* - Gregory Mankiw,
*Principles of Economics* - Paul Krugman and Robin Wells,
*Economics*

I then tried to broaden my knowledge

- Carl Simon and Lawrence Blume,
*Mathematics for Economists* - Otto Bretscher,
*Linear Algebra and Its Applications* - James Stewart,
*Calculus: Early Transcendentals* - Jeffrey Perloff,
*Microeconomics: Theory and Applications with Calculus* - Charles Jones,
*Macroeconomics* - Matt Golder, Sona Golder, and William Clark,
*Principles of Comparative Politics* - David Weil,
*Economic Growth* - Arthur Robinson and Daniel Ullman,
*The Mathematics of Politics* - Darrin Speegle and Bryan Clair,
*Foundations of Statistics with R* - Garrett Grolemund and Hadley Wickham,
*R for Data Science* - James Stock and Mark Watson,
*Introduction to Econometrics* - Jonathan Gruber,
*Public Finance and Public Policy* - Michael Todaro and Stephen Smith,
*Economic Development*