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Now firmly established as one of the leading economics principles texts in the UK and Europe, this exciting new third edition of Economics by N. Gregory Mankiw (Harvard University) and Mark P. Taylor (Warwick University), has undergone some significant restructuring and reorganization to more directly match economics students’ course structures and learning and assessment needs. There are new sections covering microeconomic topics and concepts in more depth, whilst at the same time retaining the book’s reputation for clarity, authority and real world relevance.


Aantal pagina's:512
Uitgever:Cengage Learning


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Part 1 Introduction to economics
1. Ten principles of economics
2. Thinking like an economist
Part 2 Supply and demand: how markets work
3. The market forces of supply and demand
4. Elasticity and its applications
5. Background to demand: the theory of consumer choice
6. Background to supply: firms in competitive markets
Part 3 Markets, efficiency and welfare
7. Consumers, producers and the efficiency of the market
8. Supply, demand and government policies
Part 4 The economics of the public sector
9. The tax system and the costs of taxation
Part 5 Inefficient market allocations
10. Public goods, common resources and merit goods
11. Externalities and market failure
12. Information and behavioural economics
Part 6 Firm behaviour and market structures
13. Firms' production decisions
14. Market structures i: monopoly
15. Market structures ii: monopolistic competition
16. Market structures iii: oligopoly
Part 7 Factor markets
17. The economics of labour markets
Part 8 Inequality
18. Income inequality and poverty
Part 9 Trade
19. Interdependence and the gains from trade

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