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Table of Contents
Part I: INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS. 1. The Art and Science of Economic Analysis. 2. Economic Tools and Economic Systems. 3. Economic Decision Makers. 4. Demand, Supply, and Markets. Part II: INTRODUCTION TO THE MARKET SYSTEM. 5. Elasticity of Demand and Supply. 6. Consumer Choice and Demand. 7. Production and Cost in the Firm. Part III: MARKET STRUCTURE AND PRICING. 8. Perfect Competition. 9. Monopoly. 10. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly. Part IV: RESOURCE MARKETS. 11. Resource Markets. 12. Labor Markets and Labor Unions. 13. Capital, Interest, and Corporate Finance. 14. Transaction Costs, Imperfect Information, and Market Behavior. Part V: MARKET FAILURE AND PUBLIC POLICY. 15. Economic Regulation and Antitrust Policy. 16. Public Goods and Public Choice. 17. Externalities and the Environment. 18. Income Distribution and Poverty. Part VI: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS. 19. International Trade. 20. International Finance. 21. Developing and Transitional Economies.