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This textbook covers microeconomic theory at the level of intermediate and advanced undergraduates. It is also intended as an introduction for those with other intellectual and academic backgrounds who may not necessarily agree with “mainstream” economists but at least are interested knowing how they think and see things.
The book provides thorough explanations of definitions and assumptions that the theory is based upon. It provides comprehensive accounts of motivations and reservations behind the theory. As well, it precisely presents the logical process of how the assumptions lead to the conclusion, conveying the intuition and the key of the arguments.
An abundance of topics is included here: individual choice, general equilibrium, partial equilibrium, game theory, imperfect competition, transaction under incomplete information, market failures, welfare economics, social choice and mechanism design. The book is a valuable resource for any reader studying or simply interested in microeconomic theory.
Individual Preference and Choice
Perfectly Competitive and Complete Markets with Complete Information
Imperfect Competition and Strategic Interdependence
Economic Analysis with Incomplete Information
Market Failure, Normative Economic Analysis and Mechanism Design
- Microeconomic Theory for the Social Sciences
- Springer Singapore
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Prof. Takashi Hayashi