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A Microeconomics Reader

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1st
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9780415771924

ISBN10:
0415771927
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Nonspecific Binding
Pub. Date:
5/1/2013
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Routledge
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This book draws together the key contributions to theoeretical and applied microeconomics of the past few years and will provide both undergraduate and graduate students an essential guide to the key tenets of the discipline. The main themes include the theory of the firm, game theory, human capital, the economics of information, labour issues, experimental and behavioral economics and the application of microeconomic theory to disciplines outside economics. Amongst those whose work appears can be counted Gary Becker, Ronald Coase, Oliver Williamson, George Akerlof, Joseph Stiglitz, Paul Klemperer, Hal Varian and Edward Lazear. The Microeconomics Readershould be an invaluable resource for students.


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