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Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Applications provides a clear and concise introduction to the ways in which economists study the operations of markets. This well-known author's signature is to provide a text that is accessible to the students, but still enables them to learn "the real thing."This text is appropriate for students who are taking a second level microeconomics course with an algebra focus.
PART I: Introduction.
1. Economic Models.
PART II: Demand.
2. Utility and Choices.
3. Individual's Demand.
4. Market Demand and Elasticity.
PART III: Production, Costs and Supply.
7. Profit Maximization and Supply.
PART IV: Models of Market Equilibrium.
8. Perfect Competition.
9. Applying the Competitive Model.
11. Imperfect Competition.
12. Strategy and Game Theory.
PART V: Further Topics.
13. General Equilibrium.
14. Pricing and Input Markets.
15. Time and Interest Rates.
16. Uncertainty and Information.
17. Externalities and Public Goods.