The Micro Economy Today, 16th Edition
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CHAPTER 1: ECONOMICS: THE CORE ISSUES
Appendix: Using Graphs
CHAPTER 2: THE U.S. ECONOMY: A GLOBAL VIEW
CHAPTER 3: SUPPLY AND DEMAND
CHAPTER 4: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
PART 2: PRODUCT MARKETS: THE BASICS
CHAPTER 5: CONSUMER CHOICE
Appendix: Indifference Curves
CHAPTER 6: ELASTICITY
CHAPTER 7: THE COSTS OF PRODUCTION
PART 3: MARKET STRUCTURE
CHAPTER 8: THE COMPETITIVE FIRM
CHAPTER 9: COMPETITIVE MARKETS
CHAPTER 10: MONOPOLY
CHAPTER 11: OLIGOPOLY
CHAPTER 12: MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION
PART 4: REGULATORY ISSUES
CHAPTER 13: NATURAL MONOPOLIES: (DE)REGULATION?
CHAPTER 14: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
CHAPTER 15: THE FARM PROBLEM
PART 5: FACTOR MARKETS: BASIC THEORY
CHAPTER 16: THE LABOR MARKET
CHAPTER 17: LABOR UNIONS
CHAPTER 18: FINANCIAL MARKETS
PART 6: DISTRIBUTIONAL ISSUES
CHAPTER 19: TAXES: EQUITY VERSUS EFFICIENCY
CHAPTER 20: TRANSFER PAYMENTS: WELFARE AND SOCIAL SECURITY
PART 7: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
CHAPTER 21: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
CHAPTER 22: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
CHAPTER 23: GLOBAL POVERTY
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