The microeconomics text that moves students from understanding the basics of real economic principles to applying the powerful tools of economics analysis. You can't really learn theory until you try to apply it.
Like no other text for the intermediate microeconomics course, Goolsbee, Levitt, and Syverson's Microeconomics bridges the gap between today's theory and practice. A strong empirical dimension tests theory and successfully applies it. With carefully crafted features and vivid examples, Goolsbee, Levitt, and Syverson's text helps answer two critical questions students ask, "Do people and firms really act as theory suggests" and "How can someone use microeconomics in a practical way?"
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Economics students taking Intermediate Microeconomics courses
Austan Goolsbee; Steven Levitt; Chad Syverson
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A strong empirical dimension in Microeconomics bridges the gap between today's theory and practice, allowing you to immediately apply economic theory after studying it. The text helps to answer two critical questions often asked, 'Do people and firms really act as theory suggests?' and 'How can someone use microeconomics in a practical way?' in order to get you thinking about, and then applying theory in a relevant way.
Chapter 1: Adventures in Microeconomics.- Chapter 2: Supply and Demand.- Chapter 3: Using Supply and Demand to Analyze Markets.- Chapter 4: Consumer Behavior.- Chapter 5: Individual and Market Demand.- Chapter 6: Producer Behavior.- Chapter 7: Costs.- Chapter 8: Supply in a Competitive Market.- Chapter 9: Market Power and Monopoly.- Chapter 10: Market Power and Pricing Strategies.- Chapter 11: Imperfect Competition.- Chapter 12: Game Theory.- Chapter 13: Factor Markets.- Chapter 14: Investment, Time, and Insurance.- Chapter 15: General Equilibrium.- Chapter 16: Asymmetric Information.- Chapter 17: Externalities and Public Goods.- Chapter 18: Behavioral and Experimental Economics.