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Miller, Economics Today: The Micro View, 16e
Brief Table of Contents
PART I Introduction
1 The Nature of Economics
2 Scarcity and the World of Trade-Offs
3 Demand and Supply
4 Extensions of Demand and Supply Analysis
5 Public Spending and Public Choice
6 Funding the Public Sector
IN THIS VOLUME, CHAPTER 6 IS FOLLOWED BY CHAPTER
PART 5 Dimensions of Microeconomics
19 Demand and Supply Elasticity
20 Consumer Choice
21 Rents, Profits, and the Financial Environment of Business
PART 6 Market Structure, Resource Allocation, and Regulation
22 The Firm: Cost and Output Determination
23 Perfect Competition
25 Monopolistic Competition
26 Oligopoly and Strategic Behavior
27 Regulation and Antitrust Policy in a Globalized Economy
PART 7 Labor Resources and the Environment
28 The Labor Market: Demand, Supply, and Outsourcing
29 Unions and Labor Market Monopoly Power
30 Income, Poverty, and Health Care
31 Environmental Economics
PART 8 Global Economics
32 Comparative Advantage and the Open Economy
33 Exchange Rates and the Balance of Payments