Microeconomics for Today
Straightforward and student-friendly, Tucker, MICROECONOMICS FOR TODAY, 6e is the most pedagogically-rich and engaging principles text on the market. Ideal for students of varying levels of skills and preparation, MICROECONOMICS FOR TODAY presents learners with the basics of economic principles and the context to apply them to their everyday lives. The sixth edition continues Tucker's tradition of using a unique textual and visual learning system to concisely present and reinforce core concepts, then assess student comprehension. Tucker is supported by a full complement of instructor resources.
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2010 Cengage Learning antitrust average total cost axis benefits Big Mac buyers capital cars ceteris paribus change in price change in quantity Chapter Computech Copyright 2010 Cengage countries decrease demand curve dollars DVDs earn economic growth economic profit ECONOMIST efficient elasticity of demand emissions equal equilibrium price example exchange rate firm’s gasoline GDP per capita graph hire income increase indifference curve industry inelastic inputs Key Concept LDCs long-run average cost marginal cost marginal product marginal revenue marginal utility million monopolistic competition monopoly nations nonprice determinants oligopoly opportunity cost percent percentage change perfectly competitive perfectly competitive firm pollution price elasticity production possibilities curve purchase quantity demanded Quantity of output quantity supplied relationship result Rights Reserved rises sell sellers shift short-run shown in Exhibit slope supply curve Suppose ticket total revenue total utility trade units per hour wage rate workers zero