Intermediate Microeconomics – Hal R. Varian – 9th Edition

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This best-selling text is still the most modern presentation of the subject. The Varian approach gives students tools they can use on exams, in the rest of their classes, and in their careers after graduation.

Table of Contents

Preface
Chapter 1 - The Market
Chapter 2 - Budget Constraint
Chapter 3 - Preferences
Chapter 4 - Utility
Chapter 5 - Choice
Chapter 6 - Demand
Chapter 7 - Revealed Preference
Chapter 8 - Slutsky Equation
Chapter 9 - Buying and Selling
Chapter 10 - Intertemporal Choice
Chapter 11 - Asset Markets
Chapter 12 - Uncertainty
Chapter 13 - Risky Assets
Chapter 14 - Consumer's Surplus
Chapter 15 - Market Demand
Chapter 16 - Equilibrium
Chapter 17 - Measurement
Chapter 18 - Auctions
Chapter 19 - Technology
Chapter 20 - Profit Maximization
Chapter 21 - Cost Minimization
Chapter 22 - Cost Curves
Chapter 23 - Firm Supply
Chapter 24 - Industrial Supply
Chapter 25 - Monopoly
Chapter 26 - Monopoly Behavior
Chapter 27 - Factor Markets
Chapter 28 - Oligopoly
Chapter 29 - Game Theory
Chapter 30 - Game Applications
Chapter 31 - Behavioral Economics
Chapter 32 - Exchange
Chapter 33 - Production
Chapter 34 - Welfare
Chapter 35 - Externalities
Chapter 36 - Information Technology
Chapter 37 - Public Goods
Chapter 38 - Asymmetric Information
Mathematical Appendix
Answers
Index

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