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W.W. Norton, 1993 - Economics - 1142 pages
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The science of economics has made great strides in the past 25 years. We now understand such problems as the role of information in the efficiency of economic outcomes, the importance of strategy in the outcome of economic relationships, the significance of finance in our understanding of the firm, and, most importantly, the ways in which microeconomic phenomena relate to those of macroeconomics. With this fresh and original textbook, an economics professor at Stanford University brings new economics to an introductory course. Color photographs and diagrams.

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Joseph Stiglitz is professor of economics at Columbia University.

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