I'm about to start my undergraduate in a few months and wanted to study some economics in depth. I already have some vague idea because of my background. However, most books recommended at that level require undergrad level mathematics which I don't know as of now. To give you some idea about my position:
- I have a couple months before my undergraduate studies start.
- It is NOT in Economics. I'm studying it just for fun.
- I have a good understanding of what logic might've gone into the decisions institutes (such as banks, major corporations or any company) make.
[slightly better intuitive feel for economics than your common man]
Please suggest some books to study the maths I require and other books on economics you believe would be helpful to me at this stage.