Table of contents for Microeconomics / Paul A. Samuelson, William D. Nordhaus.

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Part One:  Basic Concepts
1 The Fundamentals of Economics
Appendix 1 How to Read Graphs
2 Markets and Government in a Modern Economy
3 Basic Elements of Supply and Demand
Part Two:  Microeconomics: Supply, Demand, and Product Markets
4 Applications of Supply and Demand
5 Demand and Consumer Behavior
Appendix 5 Geometrical Analysis of Consumer Equilibrium
6 Production and Business Organization
7 Analysis of Costs
Appendix 7 Production, Cost Theory, and Decision of the Firm
8 Analysis of Perfectly Competitive Markets
9 Imperfect Competition and Monopoly
10 Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition
11 Uncertainty and Game Theory
Part Three: Factor Markets: Labor, Land, and Capital
12 How Markets Determine Incomes
13 The Labor Market
14 Land and Capital
Appendix 14 Markets and Economic Efficiency
Part Four: Applied Microeconomics: International Trade, Government, and the Environment
15 Comparative Advantage and Protectionism
16 Government Taxation and Expenditure
17 Promoting More Efficient Markets
18 Protecting the Environment
19 Efficiency vs. Equality: The Big Tradeof

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Microeconomics