Microeconomics, Global Edition + MyLab Economics with eText, 9th Edition

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Microeconomics, Global Edition + MyLab Economics with eText, 9th Edition

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This pack contains 1 copy of Microeconomics, Global Edition and 1 printed access card to MyLab Economics with eText.

For Intermediate Microeconomics courses.

Microeconomics exposes students to topics that play a central role in microeconomics. From game theory and competitive strategy, to the roles of uncertainty and information, and the analysis of pricing by firms with market power, the text helps students understand what’s going on in the world of business. It also shows students how microeconomics can be used as a practical tool for decision-making and for designing and understanding public policy. The 9th Edition further illustrates microeconomics’ relevance and usefulness with new coverage and examples, and an improved exposition that is clear and accessible as well as lively and engaging. With Microeconomics, readers will be able to fully appreciate how a modern economy functions.

Pearson MyLab Economics is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment product designed to personalise learning and improve results. With a wide range of interactive, engaging, and assignable activities, students are encouraged to actively learn and retain tough course concepts.

If Pearson MyLab Economics is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the course ID. Pearson MyLab Economics should only be purchased when required by an instructor.

  • This text incorporates over 100 real-world examples into the flow of the text (rather than as segregated boxed features) to highlight the application of microeconomics to real managerial and public policy decisions.
  • Key terms are defined in margins throughout the book and in the glossary. Concept links are also included in margins to promote awareness of an idea previously introduced in the text. 
  • Chapter on behavioural economics incorporates findings from psychology into descriptions of how consumers and firms make decisions, so that students can see how real-world consumers and firms behave (Chapter 19).
  • Coverage of the latest issues in microeconomics is included:
  • Speculative demand and network externalities (Chapter 4).
  • Bubbles and informational cascades, along with examples showing applications to housing markets and the financial crisis (Chapter 5).
  • Core material on production and cost (Chapters 7 and 8).
  • General equilibrium and economic efficiency (Chapter 16).
  • Environmental economics (a very hot topic in this course) (Chapter 18).
  • Have flexibility in course design
Features of MyLab
  • Math Review Exercises. MyLab Economics now offers a rich array of assignable and auto-graded exercises covering fundamental math concepts geared specifically to principles and intermediate economics students. Aimed at increasing student confidence and success, our new math skills review Chapter R is accessible from the assignment manager and contains over 150 graphing, algebra, and calculus exercises for homework, quiz, and test use. Offering economics students warm-up math assignments, math remediation, or math exercises as part of any content assignment has never been easier!
  • Videos. Approximately two- or three-minutes in length, each video depicts the author explaining the key point of the Making the Connection feature and includes engaging visuals, such as new photos or graphs, that are not included in the main book. These videos summarise key content and bring applications of concepts to life. Each video is paired with one or more exercises that help test students’ understanding of these key applications. Available for select titles.
  • Concept Checks at the end of each section act as “speed bumps” that encourage students to stop and check their understanding of fundamental terms and concepts before moving on to the next section. Consisting of a few multiple-choice, true/false, or fill-in-the-blank questions, they help students assess their progress on a section-by-section basis, so they can better prepare for homework, quizzes, and exams.
  • Animated Graphs in MyLab Economics accompany many of the key graphs and figures in the text, and have been updated with real-time data from FRED™ (Federal Reserve Economic Data)--a comprehensive, up-to-date data set maintained by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Students can display a pop-up graph that shows new data plotted in the graph, to better understand how to work with data and understand how including new data affects graphs. More dynamic than graphs on a printed page, these animated ones help students understand shifts in curves, movements along curves, and changes in equilibrium values.
  • Question Help. MyLab Economics homework and practice questions are correlated to the textbook, they generate algorithmically to give students unlimited opportunity for practice and mastery, and they offer helpful feedback when students enter incorrect answers. Questions include guided solutions, real-time data exercises, Current News exercises and other multimedia assets for extra help at point-of-use.
  • Experiments in MyLab Economics are a fun and engaging way to promote active learning and mastery of important economic concepts. Pearson’s Experiments program is flexible and easy for instructors and students to use. Single-player experiments allow your students to play against virtual players from anywhere at any time so long as they have an Internet connection. Multiplayer experiments allow you to assign and manage a real-time experiment with your class. Pre- and post-questions for each experiment are available for assignment in MyLab.
  • Digital Interactives. Economic principles are not static ideas, and learning them shouldn’t be either! Digital Interactives are dynamic and engaging assessment activities that promote critical thinking and application of key economic principles. Each Digital Interactive has 3-5 progressive levels and requires approximately 20 minutes to explore, apply, compare, and analyse each topic. Many Digital Interactives include real-time data from FRED allowing professors and students to display, in graph and table form, up-to-the-minute data on key macro variables. Digital Interactives can be assigned and graded within MyLab Economics, or used as a lecture tool to encourage engagement, classroom conversation, and group work.
  • Interactive Solved Problems. Each of the Solved Problems in the text is accompanied by a similar problem in MyLab Economics, so students can practice and build their problem-solving skills. These interactive tutorials help students learn to think like economists and apply basic problem-solving skills to homework, quizzes, and exams. The goal is for students to build skills they can use to analyse real-world economic issues they hear and read about in the news. Available for select titles.
  • Personalised Learning. Not every student learns the same way or at the same rate. With the growing need for acceleration through many courses, it's more important than ever to meet students where they learn. Personalised learning in MyLab Economics gives you the flexibility to incorporate the approach that best suits of your course and your students.
  • The Study Plan acts as a tutor, providing personalised recommendations for each of your students based on his or her ability to master the learning objectives in your course. This allows students to focus their study time by pinpointing the precise areas they need to review, and allowing them to use customised practice and learning aids—such as videos, tutorials, and more—to get them back on track. Using the report available in the Gradebook, you can then tailor course lectures to prioritise the content where students need the most support—offering you better insight into classroom and individual performance.
  • Dynamic Study Modules help students study effectively on their own by continuously assessing their activity and performance in real time. Here's how it works: students complete a set of questions with a unique answer format that also asks them to indicate their confidence level. Questions repeat until the student can answer them all correctly and confidently. Once completed, Dynamic Study Modules explain the concept using materials from the text. These are available as graded assignments prior to class, and accessible on smartphones, tablets, and computers. NEW! Instructors can now remove questions from Dynamic Study Modules to better fit their course. Available for select titles.
  • Gradebook. The online Gradebook automatically tracks your students' results on tests, homework, and practice exercises and gives you control over managing results and calculating grades. The Gradebook provides a number of flexible grading options, including exporting grades to a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel. And, it lets you measure and document your students' learning outcomes.
  • Reporting Dashboard. View, analyse, and report learning outcomes clearly and easily, and get the information you need to keep your students on track throughout the course, with the new Reporting Dashboard. Available via the MyLab Economics Gradebook and fully mobile-ready, the Reporting Dashboard presents student performance data at the class, section, and program levels in an accessible, visual manner.
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Table of contents
  • 1. Preliminaries  
  • 2. The Basics of Supply and Demand  
  • 3. Consumer Behavior
  • 4. Individual and Market Demand
  • 5. Uncertainty and Consumer Behavior
  • 6. Production
  • 7. The Cost of Production
  • 8. Profit Maximization and Competitive Supply
  • 9. The Analysis of Competitive Markets
  • 10. Market Power: Monopoly and Monopsony
  • 11. Pricing with Market Power
  • 12. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
  • 13. Game Theory and Competitive Strategy
  • 14. Markets for Factor Inputs
  • 15. Investment, Time, and Capital Markets
  • 16. General Equilibrium and Economic Efficiency
  • 17. Markets with Asymmetric Information
  • 18. Externalities and Public Goods
  • 19. Behavioral Economics
  • Appendix: The Basics of Regression
  • Answers to Selected Exercises