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Managerial Economics

Managerial Economics
A Problem-Solving Approach

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  • Date Published: May 2005
  • availability: Replaced by 9780521526258
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521819930

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  • This textbook covers all the main aspects of managerial economics: the theory of the firm; demand theory and estimation; production and cost theory and estimation; market structure and pricing; game theory; investment analysis and government policy. It includes numerous and extensive case studies, as well as review questions and problem-solving sections at the end of each chapter. Nick Wilkinson adopts a user-friendly problem-solving approach which takes the reader in gradual steps from simple problems through increasingly difficult material to complex case studies.

    • Problem-solving sections and plentiful and extensive case studies involving current issues, with questions
    • Extensive treatment of game theory compared with other texts
    • International applications
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    • Date Published: May 2005
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521819930
    • length: 556 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 181 x 44 mm
    • weight: 1.23kg
    • availability: Replaced by 9780521526258
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introduction:
    1. Nature, scope and methods of managerial economics
    2. Theory of the firm
    Part II. Demand Analysis:
    3. Demand theory
    4. Demand estimation
    Part III. Production and Cost Analysis:
    5. Production theory
    6. Cost theory
    7. Cost estimation
    Part IV. Strategy Analysis:
    8. Market structure and pricing
    9. Game theory
    10. Pricing strategy
    11. Investment analysis
    12. Government and managerial policy.

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    General ResourcesAdditional ProblemsAdditional Case Studiespdf67KB0additional problems general resources additional problems general resourcesadditional problems
    General ResourcesAdditional ProblemsAdditional Problemspdf36KB1additional problems general resources additional problems general resourcesadditional problems
    General ResourcesData FilesWhat Car? data for case study 4.2xls39KB2data files general resources data files general resourcesdata files
    General ResourcesErrataErratapdf117KB3errata general resources errata general resourceserrata
    General ResourcesSolutionsSolutions to additional problems onlinepdf148KB4solutions general resources solutions general resourcessolutions
    General ResourcesSolutionsGuidelines to additional case studies onlinepdf158KB5solutions general resources solutions general resourcessolutions
    General ResourcesSolutionsGuidelines to selected case studies in the bookpdf409KB6solutions general resources solutions general resourcessolutions
    General ResourcesSolutionsSolutions to selected problems in the bookpdf377KB7solutions general resources solutions general resourcessolutions

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  • Author

    Nick Wilkinson, Richmond: The American International University in London
    Nick Wilkinson is Assistant Professor in Economics at Richmond, The American International University in London. He has taught business and economics in various international institutions in the UK and US, as well as working in business management in both countries.

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