Microeconomics by David C ColanderMicroeconomics by David C Colander

Microeconomics

byDavid C Colander, Charlene Richter, Duane Rockerbie

Paperback | January 13, 2006

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Written in a very student oriented writing style, Colander, Rockerbie, Richter Macroeconomics, engages the student with interesting "stories" and emphasizes the intellectual and historical context to which economic models are applied.
Students today are more interested in policy issues and the authors present the basics of economic reasoning as it relates to policy questions. The author's primary goal is to instill students with "economic sensibility" and uses the integration of policy discussion and thought provoking economic stories to achieve this result.
Title:MicroeconomicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:296 pages, 9.9 × 8.5 × 0.9 inPublished:January 13, 2006Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0070946442

ISBN - 13:9780070946446

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1Economics and Economic Reasoning

Appendix A: The Language of Graphs

Chapter 2The Economic Organization of Society

Appendix A: The History of Economic Systems

Chapter 3The Canadian Economy in a Global Setting

Chapter 4Supply and Demand

Appendix A: Algebraic Representations of Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium

I. Microeconomics: The Basics

Chapter 5 Describing Demand and Supply: Elasticities

Chapter 6 Using Demand and Supply: Taxation and Government Intervention

Appendix A: Algebraic Representation of Market Interventions

II. Foundations of Supply and Demand

Chapter 7 The Logic of Individual Choice: The Foundation of Supply and Demand

Appendix A: Describing Consumer Preferences Using Indifference Curves

Chapter 8 Production and Cost Analysis I

Chapter 9 Production and Cost Analysis II

Appendix A: Isocost/Isoquant Analysis

III. Market Structure and Policy

Chapter 10 Perfect Competition

Chapter 11 Monopoly

Appendix A: The Algebra of Competitive and Monopolistic Firms

Chapter 12 Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, and Strategic Pricing

Chapter 13 Competition, Globalization, and Technology

IV. Applying Economic Reasoning to Policy

Chapter 14 Market Failures and Government Policy

Chapter 15Competition Policy

Appendix A: Case Study: The Economics of the Microsoft Case

Chapter 16: Social Issues and Economic Policy

V. Policy Issues in Depth

Chapter 17 Politics and Economics: The Case of Agricultural Markets

Chapter 18 International Trade Policy

VI. Factor Markets

Chapter 19Who Gets What? The Distribution of Income

Chapter 20Work and the Labour Market