Overview for Microeconomics: Principles and Analysis
Microeconomics develops core microeconomic principles to a high level using a clear and carefully constructed learning framework. The book gives readers a solid foundation in microeconomic analysis, using mathematical techniques where appropriate, and enables them to apply these analytical techniques to a rang of economic problems. It compounds studentsâ€™ understanding of principles and techniques by re-using the throughout the text after each has been covered. The book is designed to assist the studentâ€™s learning in every way possible and contains comprehensive sets of problems and exercises at all stages. In addition, the book is supported by an Online Resource Centre containing supplementary resources for lecturers and students. For lecturers these include PowerPoint slides and answers to the bookâ€™s many exercises and question sets. Features for students include PowerPoint material designed to aid understanding of graphical arguments used in the text and model answers to some of the exercises.
Frank A. Cowell (Author)
Frank Cowell is Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics.