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Parkin#x19;s Microeconomicsis a worldwide leader because it provides a serious, analytical approach to the discipline using the latest policy and data. Parkin trains students to think like economists by offering a clear introduction to theory and applying the concepts to today#x19;s events, news, and research.
Michael Parkin is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Economics at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Professor Parkin has held faculty appointments at Brown University, the University of Manchester, the University of Essex, and Bond University. He is a past president of the Canadian Economics Association and has served on the editorial boards of the American Economic Review and the Journal of Monetary Economics and as managing editor of the Canadian Journal of Economics. Professor Parkin’s research on macroeconomics, monetary economics, and international economics has resulted in over 160
publications in journals and edited volumes, including the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, the Review of Economic Studies, the Journal of Monetary Economics, and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. He became most visible to the public with his work on inflation that discredited the use of wage and price controls. Michael Parkin also spearheaded the movement toward European monetary union. Professor Parkin is an experienced and dedicated teacher of introductory economics.
Table of Contents
Parkin, Microeconomics, 10/e
Brief Table of Contents
Part 1: Introduction Chapter 1: What is Economics? Chapter 2: The Economic Problem
Part 2: How Markets Work Chapter 3: Demand and Supply Chapter 4: Elasticity Chapter 5: Efficiency and Equity Chapter 6: Government Actions in Markets Chapter 7: Global Markets in Action
Part 3: Households’ Choices Chapter 8: Utility and Demand Chapter 9: Possibilities, Preferences, and Choices
Part 4: Firms and Markets Chapter 10: Organizing Production Chapter 11: Output and Costs Chapter 12: Perfect Competition Chapter 13: Monopoly Chapter 14: Monopolistic Competition Chapter 15: Oligopoly
Part 5: Market Failure and Government Chapter 16: Public Choices and Public Goods Chapter 17: Economics of the Environment
Part 6: Factor Markets, Inequality, and Uncertainty Chapter 18: Markets for Factors of Production Chapter 19: Economic Inequality Chapter 20: Uncertainty and Information