Introduction to Microeconomics
by David A. Dilts
Publisher: Purdue University 2004
Number of pages: 248
This is an introductory principles of economics course that covers topics in microeconomics. The breath of topical coverage limits the course objectives to subject matter mastery. The course will present factual material concerning the operation of the firm and household as well as the development of rudimentary understanding of economic decision-making.
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