Managerial Economics

Paperback | August 9, 2010

bySuma Damodaran

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The book explores the core concepts of managerial economics and supplements them with relevant caselets, examples, and detailed case studies.Students will find the book highly useful for its coverage of key concepts of managerial economics. The revised edition aims to provide an application-oriented focus to the subject.

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The book explores the core concepts of managerial economics and supplements them with relevant caselets, examples, and detailed case studies.Students will find the book highly useful for its coverage of key concepts of managerial economics. The revised edition aims to provide an application-oriented focus to the subject.

Suma Damodaran, PhD, is Professor of Economics at XLRI, Jamshedpur. Formerly a faculty at the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, she had over two decades of experience in teaching. Dr Damodaran's research and consultancy interests are in the subjects of Managerial Economics and Industrial Economics.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:596 pages, 9.84 × 7.48 × 0.68 inPublished:August 9, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198061110

ISBN - 13:9780198061113

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Table of Contents

Part One: The Foundation1. IntroductionPart Two: The Household and the Firm2. Demand3. Behind the Demand Curve4. Demand estimation and Forecasting5. Firm as a Producer6. Analysis of Production: Theory and estimation7. Analysis and estimation of Costs8. SupplyPart Three: Price and Output decisions in Product Markets9. The Competitive and Monopoly Model10. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly11. Alternate Pricing Practices12. Markets for Factor inputs13. Long term Investment and Risk AnalysisPart Four: Market Failures14. Economics of Information15. Externalities and Public GoodsPart Five: Macroeconomic Environment16. Macroeconomic Aggregates17. Fiscal, Monetary, and Exchange Rate Policies18. The New EconomyAppendicesAppendix 1: Linear programmingAppendix 2: Constrained optimization: Lagrange multipliersAppendix 3: Primer on functions, differential calculus, and discountingAppendix 4: Statistical appendicesAppendix 4(a): Critical values for the t-distributionAppendix 4(b) Critical Values for the F-Distribution (a = .05)Appendix 4(c): Critical Values for the F-Distribution (a =.01)Appendix 4(d): Durbin-Watson Statistic: (One-Tail Test, a = .05)Appendix 4(e) Durbin-Watson StatisticAppendix 4(f) Areas under the Normal CurveAppendix 5: Discount tablesAppendix 5(a): Future Value of $1 at the End of n PeriodsAppendix 5(b): Sum of an Annuity of $1 per Period for n PeriodsAppendix 5(c): Present Value of $1 Received at the End of n PeriodsAppendix 5(d): Present Value of an Annuity of $1 per Period for n Periods