Table of contents for Microeconomics using Excel : integrating economic theory, policy analysis and spreadsheet modelling / Kurt Jechlitschkaj, Dieter Kirschke, and Gerald Schwarz.

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 Table of Contents
Preface
Table of Contents
Symbols
Introduction
Part A.: Analysis of Price Policies
1. 	Supply, Demand and Price Policies
2. 		Welfare and Distribution
3. 	Price Policy Instruments
4. 	Iso-elastic Supply and Demand Functions
5. 	Policy Formulation and Trade-offs
6. 	External Effects
7. 	Integrated Markets
8. 	World Market and Third Country Effects
Part B.: Analysis of Structural Policies
9. 	Shifts of the Supply Curve
10. 	Implications of Structural Policies over Time
11. 	Optimal Structural Policies
Part C.: Multi-Market Models
12. 	Interdependencies of Markets
13. 	Microeconomic Foundations
14. 	Formulation of a 4-Market Model
15. 	Model Framework for a 12-Market Model
Part D.: Budget Policy and Priority Setting
16. 	Optimisation Approach
17. 	Multiple Objectives
18. 	Parametric Analysis
Bibliography
Index
CD: Model exercises

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Microeconomics.
Microsoft Excel (Computer file).