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Microeconomics, 13th Edition
Economic Issues and Concepts Chapter 2. An Introduction to Demand and Supply Chapter 3. Demand, Supply, and Price Chapter 4. Consumers and Producers Chapter 6. Consumer Behavior Chapter 7. Producers in the Short Run Chapter 8.
Market Structure and Efficiency Chapter 9. Competitive Markets Chapter Monopoly, Cartels, microeconmoics Price Discrimination Chapter Imperfect Competition and Strategic Behavior Chapter Factor Markets Chapter How Factor Markets Work Chapter Labor Markets Chapter Government in the Market Economy Chapter Market Failures and Government Intervention Chapter The Economics of Environmental Protection Chapter The Gains from International Trade Chapter To use the test qnd below, you must download the TestGen software from the TestGen website.
If you need help getting started, read the tutorials on the TestGen site. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. If you’re interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. Lipsey is currently professor emeritus of economics at Simon Fraser University and Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and member of their large-scale, international research project on Economic Growth and Policy.
Lipsey received his B.
He received his Ph. Paul Storer received his Ph. Prior to joining Western inhe served as an economist for the Bank richxrd Canada and as a faculty member rgan the University of Quebec at Montreal. Storer’s ragwn and research interests include macroeconomics, money and banking, labor, and Canadian economic policy and issues. His current research focuses on economic integration in North America and on the economics of education.
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If You’re an Educator Download instructor resources Additional order info. If You’re a Student Additional order info. Description When asked to describe this text, most Lipsey readers use the same word: The authors do not gloss over subjects when presenting economic ideas; rather, they offer a patient explanation of the concept and back it up with the latest research and data.
Taken separately, neither theory nor data alone can give students a true understanding of the idea, but when combined these elements give students a microecojomics view of economics in the real world. The Thirteenth Edition is significantly revised to reflect the latest advancements in the field, including major updates to monetary policy, globalization issues, and hot research areas like experimental economics.
Economic debates are explored for each major concept, so students learn to analyze policy intuitively and from an economic perspective.
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A policy-oriented presentation includes behind-the-scenes perspectives on difficult topics, explaining why economists draw particular conclusions rather than simply stating the conclusions. Learning Objectives open each chapter, outlining the skills and knowledge to be covered. Captions for figures and tables summarize the underlying economic reasoning, beginning with a statement of the relevant economic conclusion.
Chapter summaries are organized using the learning objectives and are followed by key concepts for a structured review process. Mathematical Notes of advanced notations and derivations are included at the end of the book for those courses that want to include the algebra that underlies the theory. A Time Line of Great Economists presents brief descriptions of the life and works of some great economists mentioned in the book.
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For more information, visit MyEconLab. New to This Edition. International analysis is a central theme throughout and is extended to comparative discussions of the U. Chapter 18, Taxation and Public Expenditure, now includes state-to-state comparisons that illustrate the variety of tax structures, such as income tax versus sales tax, and level of state taxes. More empirical examples and data throughout.
The connection between theory and application is enhanced through the addition of more empirical examples and data-based exercises. For example, in the section on public goods, a boxed feature discusses the use of experiments in christohper.
Examples and data are significantly updated to enhance the usefulness of the empirical and applied material.
Study exercises are added to every chapter, many using real-world data so students experience economic concepts in terms and situations they can relate to.
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Applying Economic Concepts boxes demonstrate economics in action, providing examples of how theoretical material relates to issues of current interest. Extensions in Theory boxes provide in-depth treatment of a theoretical topic that is discussed in the text.
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