Microeconomics – David Colander – 9th Edition

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction: Thinking Like An Economist
Chapter 1: Economics and Economic Reasoning
Chapter 2: The Production Possibility Model, Trade, and Globalization
Chapter 3: Economic Institutions
Chapter 4: Supply and Demand
Chapter 5: Using Supply and Demand

Part 2: Microeconomics
I The Power of Traditional Economic Models
Chapter 6: Describing Supply and Demand: Elasticities
Chapter 7: Taxation and Government Intervention
Chapter 8: Market Failure versus Government Failure
Chapter 8W: Politics and Economics: The Case of Agricultural Markets

II International Economic Policy Issues
Chapter 9: Comparative Advantage, Exchange Rates, and Globalization
Chapter 10: International Trade Policy

III Production and Cost Analysis
Chapter 11: Production and Cost Analysis I
Chapter 12: Production and Cost Analysis II

IV Market Structure
Chapter 13: Perfect Competition
Chapter 14: Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition
Chapter 15: Oligopoly and Antitrust Policy
Chapter 16: Real-World Competition and Technology

V Factor Markets
Chapter 17: Work and the Labor Market
Chapter 17W: Nonwage and Asset Income: Rents, Profits, and Interest
Chapter 18: Who Gets What? The Distribution of Income

VI Choice and Decision Making
Chapter 19: The Logic of Individual Choice: The Foundation of Supply and Demand
Chapter 20: Game Theory, Strategic Decision Making, and Behavioral Economics

VII Modern Economic Thinking
Chapter 21: Thinking Like a Modern Economist
Chapter 22: Behavioral Economics and Modern Economic Policy
Chapter 23: Microeconomic Policy, Economic Reasoning, and Beyond

Part 3: Macroeconomics
I Macroeconomic Problems
Chapter 24: Economic Growth, Business Cycles, Unemployment, and Inflation
Chapter 25: Measuring the Aggregate Economy

II Policy Models
Chapter 26: The Short-Run Keynesian Policy Model: Demand-Side Policies
Chapter 26W: The Multiplier Model
Chapter 27: The Classical Long-Run Policy Model: Growth and Supply-Side Policies
Chapter 27W: Advances in Modern Macroeconomic Theory
Chapter 28: The Structural Stagnation Policy Dilemma

III Finance, Money, and the Economy
Chapter 29: The Financial Sector and the Economy
Chapter 30: Monetary Policy
Chapter 31: Financial Crises, Panics, and Unconventional Monetary Policy

IV Taxes, Budgets, and Fiscal Policy
Chapter 32: Deficits and Debt
Chapter 33: The Fiscal Policy Dilemma

V Macroeconomic Problems
Chapter 34: Jobs and Unemployment
Chapter 35: Inflation, Deflation, and Macro Policy

VI International Policy Issues
Chapter 36: International Financial Policy
Chapter 37: Macro Policy in a Global Setting
Chapter 38: Macro Policy in Developing Countries
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