- AUTHORS: William Boyes; Michael Melvin
- ISBN-13: 9781285859484
- Grade(s): 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
- 528 Pages Paperback
- 10th Edition | Previous Editions: 2013
- ©2016 Published
- Prices are valid only in the respective region
Equip your students with a solid global understanding of today's microeconomic principles while introducing the latest thinking on important microeconomic phenomena in Boyes/Melvin's MICROECONOMICS, 10E. Now you can clearly illustrate the connections between key microeconomic principles and actual business practices with this book's reader-friendly approach, carefully integrated learning features, memorable examples, and unique global emphasis. Timely revisions and the latest microeconomic statistics ensure your course incorporates the most recent data and developments. Revised microeconomics materials emphasize the fundamentals and practical application of concepts to current events. Microeconomics coverage highlights the current debate on government economic intervention and discussion of the Economic Freedom Index. Your students gain an in-depth understanding of globalization and its impact on microeconomics today. Effective, leading teaching and learning technology and a full range of supplements, including the best-selling Aplia™ homework system, MindTap Personalized Learning Experience, and a new Interactive eReader, help you create a microeconomics course that highlights the importance of microeconomic concepts in business today.
1. The Wealth of Nations: Ownership and Economic Freedom.
1A. Working with Graphs.
2. Scarcity and Opportunity Costs.
3. Markets and the Price System.
4. The Aggregate Economy.
5. Using Economics to Understand the World Around You.
6. Elasticity: Demand and Supply.
7. Demand: Consumer Choice.
7A. Indifference Analysis.
8. Supply: The Costs of Doing Business.
8A. The Mechanics of Going from Production to Costs.
9. Profit Maximization.
10. Perfect Competition.
12. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly.
13. Markets and Government.
14. Antitrust and Regulation.
15. Resource Markets.
16. The Labor Market.
17. The Capital Market.
18. The Land Market and Natural Resources.
19. Current Issues: Income, Income Distribution, Poverty, and Government Policy.
20. World Trade Equilibrium.
21. International Trade Restrictions.
22. Exchange Rates and Financial Links between Countries.