I am a Physics student and would like to learn some Economics in my spare time. Preferably, I would chronologically go through textbooks which cover entire Bachelors and Masters degrees. For instance, in Physics there is a fixed set of topics that is covered within a Bachelor and Master degree. If you happen to know German, you could take the book series by Wolfgang Nolting (seven or eight books, numbered consecutively) and read them. When you're through, you will have covered an entire Bachelors and Masters in Physics (and more, actually). So I wonder if there is such a canonical series of books (maybe from different authors) in Economics that you could recommend to me? Thanks for any suggestion.
PS: It should be textbooks and not courses or videos, since textbooks usually have a higher information density and transmission rate. Also, preferably it should be a canonical series, to ensure seamless transition from one book to another (no information gaps).