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The integrated solutions for Colander ' Microeconomics 9e have been specifically designed to help today's students succeed in the principles of economics course. Colander's trademark colloquial approach focuses on modern economics, institutions, history, and modeling,and is organized around learning objectives to make it easier for students to understand the material and for instructors to build assignments within Connect Plus. McGraw-Hill's adaptive learning component,LearnSmart, provides assignable modules that help students master core topics. Significant improvements in pedagogy such as reworked end-of-chapter problems, seamless integration within the Connect Plus eBook,and instant feedback on assignments will engage students in the ninth edition like never before and instill the “economic sensibility” necessary to apply economic concepts to the real world.
Part 1: Introduction: Thinking Like An EconomistChapter 1: Economics and Economic ReasoningChapter 2: The Production Possibility Model, Trade, and GlobalizationChapter 3: Economic InstitutionsChapter 4: Supply and DemandChapter 5: Using Supply and DemandPart 2: MicroeconomicsI The Power of Traditional Economic ModelsChapter 6: Describing Supply and Demand: ElasticitiesChapter 7: Taxation and Government InterventionChapter 8: Market Failure versus Government FailureChapter 8W: Politics and Economics: The Case of Agricultural MarketsII International Economic Policy IssuesChapter 9: Comparative Advantage, Exchange Rates, and GlobalizationChapter 10: International Trade PolicyIII Production and Cost AnalysisChapter 11: Production and Cost Analysis IChapter 12: Production and Cost Analysis IIIV Market StructureChapter 13: Perfect CompetitionChapter 14: Monopoly and Monopolistic CompetitionChapter 15: Oligopoly and Antitrust PolicyChapter 16: Real-World Competition and TechnologyV Factor MarketsChapter 17: Work and the Labor MarketChapter 17W: Nonwage and Asset Income: Rents, Profits, and InterestChapter 18: Who Gets What? The Distribution of IncomeVI Choice and Decision MakingChapter 19: The Logic of Individual Choice: The Foundation of Supply and DemandChapter 20: Game Theory, Strategic Decision Making, and Behavioral EconomicsVII Modern Economic ThinkingChapter 21: Thinking Like a Modern EconomistChapter 22: Behavioral Economics and Modern Economic PolicyChapter 23: Microeconomic Policy, Economic Reasoning, and Beyond