EBK INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS AND ITS - 12th Edition - by Snyder - ISBN 9781305176386
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EBK INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS AND ITS
12th Edition
Snyder
Publisher: YUZU
ISBN: 9781305176386

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Chapter 2.1 - UtilityChapter 2.3 - Voluntary Trades And Indifference CurvesChapter 2.5 - Illustrating Particular PreferencesChapter 2.7 - Showing Utility Maximization On A GraphChapter 2.8 - Using The Model Of ChoiceChapter 3 - Demand CurvesChapter 3.2 - Changes In IncomeChapter 3.3 - Changes In A Good’s PriceChapter 3.4 - An Application: The Lump-sum PrincipleChapter 3.5 - Changes In The Price Of Another GoodChapter 3.7 - Shifts In An Individual’s Demand CurveChapter 3.9 - Consumer SurplusChapter 3.10 - Market Demand CurvesChapter 3.11 - ElasticityChapter 3.12 - Price Elasticity Of DemandChapter 3.14 - Income Elasticity Of DemandChapter 3.15 - Cross-price Elasticity Of DemandChapter 4 - UncertaintyChapter 4.1 - Probability And Expected ValueChapter 4.2 - Risk AversionChapter 4.3 - Methods For Reducing Risk And UncertaintyChapter 4.4 - Pricing Of Risk In Financial AssetsChapter 4A.3 - InsuranceChapter 5 - Game TheoryChapter 5.3 - EquilibriumChapter 5.4 - Illustrating Basic ConceptsChapter 5.5 - Multiple EquilibriaChapter 5.6 - Sequential GamesChapter 5.9 - Incomplete InformationChapter 6 - ProductionChapter 6.2 - Marginal ProductChapter 6.3 - Isoquant MapsChapter 6.4 - Returns To ScaleChapter 6.5 - Input SubstitutionChapter 6.6 - Changes In TechnologyChapter 6.7 - A Numerical Example Of ProductionChapter 7 - CostsChapter 7.1 - Basic Cost ConceptsChapter 7.2 - Cost-minimizing Input ChoiceChapter 7.3 - Cost CurvesChapter 7.5 - Per-unit Short-run Cost CurvesChapter 7.6 - Shifts In Cost CurvesChapter 8 - Profit Maximization And SupplyChapter 8.3 - Marginal RevenueChapter 8.4 - Marginal Revenue CurveChapter 8.5 - Supply Decisions Of A Price-taking FirmChapter 9 - Perfect Competition In A Single MarketChapter 9.2 - 9-2 Pricing In The Very Short RunChapter 9.4 - Short-run Price DeterminationChapter 9.5 - Shifts In Supply And Demand CurvesChapter 9.8 - Shape Of The Long-run Supply CurveChapter 9.9 - Consumer And Producer SurplusChapter 9.10 - Some Supply-demand ApplicationsChapter 10 - General Equilibrium And WelfareChapter 10.2 - Why Is General Equilibrium Necessary ?Chapter 10.4 - The Economic Efficiency Of Perfect CompetitionChapter 10.5 - Why Markets Fail To Achieve Economic EfficiencyChapter 10.7 - The Edgeworth Box Diagram For ExchangeChapter 10.8 - Money In General Equilibrium ModelsChapter 11 - MonopolyChapter 11.2 - Profit MaximizationChapter 11.3 - What’s Wrong With Monopoly?Chapter 11.4 - Price DiscriminationChapter 11.5 - Natural MonopoliesChapter 12 - Imperfect CompetitionChapter 12.2 - Cournot ModelChapter 12.3 - Product DifferentiationChapter 12.4 - Tacit CollusionChapter 12.5 - Entry And ExitChapter 12.6 - Other Models Of Imperfect CompetitionChapter 13 - Pricing In Input MarketsChapter 13.1 - Marginal Productivity Theory Of Input DemandChapter 13.2 - Responses To Changes In Input PricesChapter 13.3 - Responsiveness Of Input Demand To Input Price ChangesChapter 13.5 - Equilibrium Input Price DeterminationChapter 13.6 - MonopsonyChapter 13A.1 - Allocation Of TimeChapter 13A.2 - Income And Substitution Effects Of A Change In The Real Wage RateChapter 14 - Capital And TimeChapter 14.3 - Firms’ Demand For Capital And LoansChapter 14.4 - Determination Of The Real Interest RateChapter 14.5 - Present Discounted ValueChapter 14.6 - Pricing Of Exhaustible ResourcesChapter 14A.2 - Compound InterestChapter 14A.4 - Discounting Payment StreamsChapter 14A.5 - Frequency Of CompoundingChapter 14A.6 - The Present Discounted Value Approach To Investment DecisionsChapter 15 - Asymmetric InformationChapter 15.2 - Worker Moral HazardChapter 15.3 - Private Information About Consumer TypeChapter 15.4 - Asymmetric Information In Competitive MarketsChapter 15.5 - SignalingChapter 16 - Externalities And Public GoodsChapter 16.2 - Externalities And Allocational EfficiencyChapter 16.3 - Property Rights, Bargaining, And The Coase TheoremChapter 16.4 - Externalities With High Transactions CostsChapter 16.7 - Solutions To The Public Goods ProblemChapter 16.8 - Revealing The Demand For Public GoodsChapter 17 - Behavioral EconomicsChapter 17.3 - Limited Cognitive PowerChapter 17.4 - Limited WillpowerChapter 17.5 - Limited Self-interestChapter 17.6 - Policy Implications

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