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Test Bank For Microeconomics: Principles for a Changing World 4th Edition| ©2017 by Chiang

Test Bank For Microeconomics: Principles for a Changing World 4th Edition| ©2017 by Eric Chiang,ISBN:9781319069407

Helping students apply an economic way of thinking

With this edition, Eric Chiang begins a new era for his acclaimed principles of economics textbook. Formerly CoreEconomics and now titled Economics: Principles for a Changing World, the new edition is thoroughly contemporary, fully integrated print/technology resource that adapts to the way you want to teach. As always, this concise book focuses on the topics most often covered in the principles course, but with this edition, it offers a stronger emphasis than ever on helping students apply an economic way of thinking to the overwhelming flow of data we face every day.

Economics: Principles for a Changing World is fully informed by Eric Chiang’s experiences teaching thousands of students worldwide, both in person and online. Developing the text, art, media, homework, and ancillaries simultaneously, Chiang translates those experiences into a cohesive approach that embodies the book’s founding principles:
To use technology as a tool for learning—before lectures, during class, when doing homework, and at exam time
To help students harness the data literacy they’ll need as consumers of economic information
To provide a truly global perspective, showing the different ways people around the world confront economic problems
Table of Contents
1. Exploring Economics
2. Production, Economic Growth, and Trade
3. Supply and Demand
4. Markets and Government
5. Elasticity
6. Consumer Choice and Demand
7. Production and Costs
8. Perfect Competition
9. Monopoly
10. Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, and Game Theory
11. The Labor Market
12. Land, Capital Markets, and Innovation
13. Externalities and Public Goods
14. Network Goods
15. Poverty and Income Distribution
16. International Trade