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Parkin’s Microeconomics is a worldwide leader because it provides a serious, analytical approach to the discipline using the latest policy and data. Parkin trains students to think like economists by offering a clear introduction to theory and applying the concepts to today’s events, news, and research.
Introduction: What is Economics?; The Economic Problem. How Markets Work: Demand and Supply; Elasticity; Efficiency and Equity; Government Actions in Markets; Global Markets in Action. Households’ Choices: Utility and Demand; Possibilities, Preferences, and Choices. Firms and Markets: Organizing Production; Output and Costs; Perfect Competition; Monopoly; Monopolistic Competition; Oligopoly. Market Failure and Government: Externalities; Public Goods and Common Resources. Factor Markets, Inequality, and Uncertainty: Markets for Factors of Production; Economic Inequality; Uncertainty and Information.
For all readers interested in microeconomics.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is Economics?
Chapter 2: The Economic Problem
Part 2: How Markets Work
Chapter 3: Demand and Supply
Chapter 4: Elasticity
Chapter 5: Efficiency and Equity
Chapter 6: Government Actions in Markets
Chapter 7: Global Markets in Action
Part 3: Households’ Choices
Chapter 8: Utility and Demand
Chapter 9: Possibilities, Preferences, and Choices
Part 4: Firms and Markets
Chapter 10: Organizing Production
Chapter 11: Output and Costs
Chapter 12: Perfect Competition
Chapter 13: Monopoly
Chapter 14: Monopolistic Competition
Chapter 15: Oligopoly
Part 5: Market Failure and Government
Chapter 16: Externalities
Chapter 17: Public Goods and Common Resources
Part 6: Factor Markets, Inequality, and Uncertainty
Chapter 18: Markets for Factors of Production
Chapter 19: Economic Inequality
Chapter 20: Uncertainty and Information