Microeconomics / Edition 9 available in Hardcover
For Intermediate Microeconomics courses.
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Microeconomics and its role in decision making and public policy
Microeconomics exposes readers to topics that play a central role in microeconomics. From game theory and competitive strategy, to the roles of uncertainty and information, and the analysis of pricing by firms with market power, the text helps you understand what’s going on in the world of business. It also shows you how microeconomics can be used as a practical tool for decision-making and for designing and understanding public policy. The 9th Edition further illustrates microeconomics’ relevance and usefulness with new coverage and examples, and an improved exposition that is clear and accessible as well as lively and engaging. With Microeconomics, you will be able to fully appreciate how a modern economy functions.
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About the Author
Robert S. Pindyck is the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd. Professor of Economics and Finance in the Sloan School of Management at M.I.T. Daniel L. Rubinfeld is the Robert L. Bridges Professor of Law and Professor of Economics Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, and Professor of Law at NYU. Both received their PhDs from M.I.T., Pindyck in 1971 and Rubinfeld in 1972. Professor Pindyck’s research and writing have covered a variety of topics in microeconomics, including the effects of uncertainty on firm behavior and market structure; the behavior of natural resource, commodity, and financial markets; environmental economics; and criteria for investment decisions. Professor Rubinfeld, who served as chief economist at the Department of Justice in 1997 and 1998, is the author of a variety of articles relating to antitrust, competition policy, law and economics, law and statistics, and public economics.
Pindyck and Rubinfeld are also co-authors of Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts, another best-selling textbook that makes a perfect gift (birthdays, weddings, bar mitzvahs, you name it) for the man or woman who has everything. These two authors are always looking for ways to earn some extra spending money, so they enrolled as human subjects in a double-blind test of a new hair restoration medication. Rubinfeld strongly suspects that he is being given the placebo.
This is probably more than you want to know about these authors, but for further information, see their websites: http://web.mit.edu/rpindyck/www and http://www.law.berkeley.edu/faculty/rubinfeldd.
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction: Markets and Prices
Chapter 1. Preliminaries
Chapter 2. The Basics of Supply and Demand
Part II. Producers, Consumers, and Competitive Markets
Chapter 3. Consumer Behavior
Chapter 4. Individual and Market Demand
Chapter 5. Uncertainty and Consumer Behavior
Chapter 6. Production
Chapter 7. The Cost of Production
Chapter 8. Profit Maximization and Competitive Supply
Chapter 9. The Analysis of Competitive Markets
Part III. Market Structure and Competitive Strategy
Chapter 10. Market Power: Monopoly and Monopsony
Chapter 11. Pricing with Market Power
Chapter 12. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Chapter 13. Game Theory and Competitive Strategy
Chapter 14. Markets for Factor Inputs
Chapter 15. Investment, Time, and Capital Markets
Part IV. Information, Market Failure, and the Role of Government
Chapter 16. General Equilibrium and Economic Efficiency
Chapter 17. Markets with Asymmetric Information
Chapter 18. Externalities and Public Goods