Microeconomics: Theory Through Applications
by Russell Cooper, Andrew John
Publisher: The Saylor Foundation 2011
Number of pages: 828
In microeconomics, we study the decisions of individual entities, such as households and firms. We also study how households and firms interact with each other. The intended audience of the textbook is first-year undergraduates taking courses on the principles of microeconomics.
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