Microeconomics plus MyEconLab in CourseCompass plus eBook Student Access Kit

Microeconomics plus MyEconLab in CourseCompass plus eBook Student Access Kit

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If your course begins before 8/1/06, click here. Starting in August 2006, this text will come packaged with an access kit for the new easy-to-use format of MyEconLab, which requires no set-up by the professor and offers students book-specific practice, online homework, access to the eBook, and learning resources. (For that ISBN, click here.) Professors who wish to use advanced course management should order the ISBN above to receive the book packaged with MyEconLab in CourseCompass.Like a lens that brings the indistinct into focus, Parkin's Microeconomics introduces students to the art of seeing the invisible, teaching them interpret the story told by the economic indicators, uncover meaning hidden in the headlines, and gain a clear vision through economic analysis. An inspired teacher and crystal-clear writer, Michael Parkin has long been dedicated to helping students discover and apply the timeless principles of economics.Parkin invites students to:* See and understand the issues of our time in the brightest light, with the most compelling examples and clearest explanation.* Visualize economic principles in action using a widely acclaimed approach to graphical analysis.* Gain perspective on current economic events and today's principal economic thinkers through a series of carefully crafted features.show more

Product details

  • Mixed media product
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 7th edition
  • 0321455142
  • 9780321455147

Table of contents

NTRODUCTION. 1. What Is Economics? 2. The Economic Problem. II. HOW MARKETS WORK. 3. Demand and Supply. 4. Elasticity. 5. Efficiency and Equity. 6. Markets in Action.III. HOUSEHOLDS' CHOICES. 7. Utility and Demand.8. Possibilities, Preferences, and Choices.IV. FIRMS AND MARKETS.9. Organizing Production.10. Output and Costs.11. Perfect Competition.12. Monopoly.13. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly. V. MARKET FAILURE AND GOVERNMENT.14. Regulation and Antitrust Law.15. Externalities.16. Public Goods and Common Resources.VI. FACTOR MARKETS, INEQUALITY, AND UNCERTAINTY. 17. Demand and Supply in Factor Markets.18. Economic Inequality.19. Uncertainty and Information.VII. THE GLOBAL ECONOMY.20. Trading with the World.show more