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Microeconomics

Microeconomics

2nd Edition
By B. Douglas Bernheim and Michael Whinston
ISBN10: 0073375853
ISBN13: 9780073375854
Copyright: 2014
09780073375854

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Program Details

1. Introduction

2. Supply and Demand

3. Balancing Benefits and Costs

4. Consumer Preferences

5. Constraints, Choices, and Demand

6. Demand and Welfare

7. Technology and Production

8. Cost

9. Profit Maximization

10. Choices Involving Time

11. Choices involving Risk

12. Choices Involving Strategy

13. Behavioral Economics

14. Equilibrium and Efficiency

15. Market Intervention

16. General Equilibrium, Efficiency, and Equity

17. Monopoly

18. Pricing Policies

19. Oligopoly

20. Externalities and Public Goods

21. Asymmetric Information