Principles of Microeconomics

Stephen Buckles

Top Hat Intro Course - Principles of Microeconomics emphasizes the development of an economic way of thinking. The approach emphasizes the ability to think through applications of economic concepts and ideas and then to be able to explain how economic concepts work and to make recommendations as to a variety of personal, business, and public decisions.

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Table of Contents for Principles of Microeconomics

  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Module 1: An Introduction to Economic Analysis
  • Module 2: An Economic Model
  • Module 3: The U.S. and the World Economy
  • Module 4: Demand, Supply, and Markets
  • Module 5: Using Supply and Demand
  • Module 6: Behind Demand
  • Module 7: Behind Supply
  • Module 8: Inputs, Production, and Costs in the Long Run
  • Module 9: Competitive Markets
  • Module 10: Monopoly
  • Module 11: Between Perfect Competition and Monopoly
  • Module 12: Regulation of Firms with Market Power
  • Module 13: The Economic Role of Government

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  • Interactive graphing tools and discussion questions help students analyze and apply learnings
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