Microeconomic Theory Basic Principles and Extensions by Walter Nicholson

Walter Nicholson
Microeconomic Theory Basic Principles and Extensions
Ninth Edition
South-Western
Note:
Ch 1-11 : Intermediate Microeconomics
Ch 12-21 : Advanced Microeconomics
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PART 1 INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 : Economic Models
Chapter 2 : The Mathematics of Optimization

PART 2 CHOICE AND DEMAND
Chapter 3 : Preferences and Utility
Chapter 4 : Utility Maximization and Choice
Chapter 5 : Income and Substitution Effects
Chapter 6 : Demand Relationships Among Goods

PART 3 PRODUCTION AND SUPPLY
Chapter 7 : Production Functions
Chapter 8 : Cost Functions
Chapter 9
: Profit Maximization

PART 4 COMPETITIVE MARKETS
Chapter 10 : The Partial Equilibrium Competitive Model
Chapter 11
: Applied Competitive Analysis
Chapter 12 : General Equilibrium and Welfare

PART 5 MODELS OF IMPERFECT COMPETITION
Chapter 13 : Models of Monopoly
Chapter 14
: Traditional Models of Imperfect Competition
Chapter 15 : Game Theory Models of Pricing

PART 6 PRICING IN INPUT MARKETS
Chapter 16 : Labor Markets
Chapter 17 : Capital Markets

PART 7 UNCERTAINTY, INFORMATION, AND EXTERNALITIES
Chapter 18 : Uncertainty and Risk Aversion
Chapter 19
: The Economics of Information
Chapter 20 : Externalities and Public Goods
Chapter 21 : Political Economics

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