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  • Microeconomic Theory and Applications (Part II)

The 2nd Edition of this book explains about Microeconomics focuses on individual units like a consumer, a producer, a firm/industry, a commodity, etc. It analyses the behaviour of one market variable at a time. In microeconomics, the commodity markets are divided into perfect competitive markets and imperfect markets. ‘Microeconomic Theory and Application (Part II)’ deals with imperfect markets that are broadly classified into monopoly, monopolistic competition and oligopoly. Apart from this, the book also deals with the concept of factor pricing and its various aspects, in detail. This book supplements the classroom teaching and has been developed as per the syllabus of BCom (Hons) II year course of the University of Delhi. The book would prove to be equally useful for all microeconomics courses at the graduation level across all the universities in India. Contents Include: Monopoly / Price Discrimination / Monopolistic Competition / Oligopoly / Factor Pricing / Some Aspects of Factor Pricing: Monopsony and Economic Rent / Intertemporal Choice / Choice Under Uncertainty / General Equilibrium / Market Failure / Asymmetric Information / Public Goods and Externalities

Book Description
Author S K Agarwala
Book Size 7¼x9½
Pages 162
Year 2008
ISBN
ISBN 978-81-7446-666-2

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Microeconomic Theory and Applications (Part II)

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