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Principles of Microeconomics: An Integrative Approach

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book-author

Martin Colmar

publisher

Springer; 1st ed. 2017 edition

file-type

PDF

pages

336 pages

language

English

asin

B075K5PGLT

isbn10

3319575880

isbn13

9783319575889


Book Description

This textbook; Colmar’s Principles of Microeconomics: An Integrative Approach (PDF) provides a comprehensive and unique introduction to modern microeconomics. It pursues an integrative approach by putting the main findings of economics into a broader perspective; theories are critically reflected on from a philosophical standpoint and by comparing them to approaches found in the social sciences; while implications for the design of the legal system and business practices are highlighted throughout. In addition; the ebook presents brief examples and comprehensive case studies to facilitate an understanding of the theories’ real-world implications.

Starting from the question as to why and how societies organize economic activity; the book adopts an institutional perspective to analyze the potential and limitations of different market types with regard to alleviating scarcity and achieving distributive objectives. It not only covers traditional rational-choice models; but also systematically introduces readers to important findings from behavioral economics and psychology.

 

book-author

Martin Colmar

publisher

Springer; 1st ed. 2017 edition

file-type

PDF

pages

336 pages

language

English

asin

B075K5PGLT

isbn10

3319575880

isbn13

9783319575889

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xii
Front Matter ….Pages 1-1
First Principles (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 3-23
Gains from Trade (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 25-42
Front Matter ….Pages 43-43
Introduction (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 45-53
Supply and Demand Under Perfect Competition (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 55-82
Normative Economics (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 83-97
Externalities and the Limits of Markets (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 99-141
Front Matter ….Pages 143-144
Decisions and Consumer Behavior (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 145-182
Costs (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 183-197
Front Matter ….Pages 199-199
A Second Look at Firm Behavior Under Perfect Competition (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 201-220
Firm Behavior in Monopolistic Markets (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 221-254
Principles of Game Theory (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 255-279
Firm Behavior in Oligopolistic Markets (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 281-300
Front Matter ….Pages 301-301
A Case Study (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 303-318
Mathematical Appendix (Martin Kolmar)….Pages 319-330
Back Matter ….Pages 331-336

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