PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

By: Case, Karl E.

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Written by two highly respected economists and educators, the book uses the "Stories, Graphs, and Equations" approach to make economic concepts ac cessible and relevant to readers with various learning styles. It is known for its unified and logical structure, lively writing style, and clear expl anations. Chapter topics include the scope and method of economics; the eco nomic problem: scarcity and choice; demand, supply, and market equilibrium; household behavior and consumer choice; short- and long-run costs and outp ut decisions; input demand; general equilibrium and the efficiency of perfe ct competition; monopoly and antitrust policy; monopolistic competition and oligopoly; income distribution and poverty; international trade, comparati ve advantage, and protectionism; and economic growth in developing and tran sitional economies. For individuals who want to better understand the funda mentals of microeconomics.

Title: PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

Author Name: Case, Karl E.

Categories: Economics,

Publisher: Prentice Hall: 1995

ISBN Number: 0134409183

ISBN Number 13: 9780134409184

Book Condition: Very Good

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