Microeconomics: A Contemporary Introduction
Instead of simply defining terms, Microeconomics: A Contemporary Introduction, 4th ed., introduces economic concepts using real-world examples which students understand from experience. The book facilitates instructor flexibility by providing both traditional examples and contemporary cases making economic theories easily accessible, interesting and understandable.
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