Microeconomic Foundations I: Choice and Competitive MarketsA guide to mastering microeconomic theory Microeconomic Foundations I develops the choice, price, and general equilibrium theory topics typically found in firstyear theory sequences, but in deeper and more complete mathematical form than most standard texts provide. The objective is to take the reader from acquaintance with these foundational topics to something closer to mastery of the models and results connected to them.

What people are saying  Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Contents
01KrepsCH01  1 
02KrepsCH02  30 
03KrepsCH03  50 
chap4 corrected  67 
Chap5 corrected  79 
Chap 6 corrected  123 
Chap 7 corrected  148 
chap8 corrected  166 
Chap 15 corrected  358 
Chap 16 corrected  386 
appendix1 corrected  439 
Appendix 2 corrected  441 
Appendix 3 corrected  452 
Appendix 4 corrected  469 
appendix 5 corrected  479 
appendix 6 corrected  485 
Chap 9 corrected  197 
Chap 10 corrected  233 
Chap 11 corrected  258 
Chap12 corrected  289 
Chap13 corrected  306 
Chap 14 corrected  329 
Appendix 7 corrected  534 
appendix 8 corrected  535 
543  
551  
Other editions  View all
Microeconomic Foundations I: Choice and Competitive Markets David M. Kreps No preview available  2012 
Common terms and phrases
allocation apply argument assume assumption bounded bundle called chapter choice choose closed combination commodity complete concave constraint consumer consumer’s consumption contains continuous convex correspondence course decision defined definition demand denote differentiable distribution dynamic economy element endowment equal equilibrium example exists expected feasible Figure finite firm fixed given gives hence implies income increasing individual insatiable least less limit locally lottery markets maximization means nonempty nonnegative Note objective optimal Pareto possible preferences probability problem production profit proof Proposition prove provides question representation result satisfies securities semicontinuous sequence simple social solution space standard strategy strictly positive subset Suppose Theorem theory transitive true units upper utility function vector Walrasian write zero