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Ch 1: Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium

 Ch 1: Introduction
 1.1: Demand
 1.2: Supply
 1.3: Equilibrium
 Ch 1: Summary
 Ch 1: Review Questions
 Ch 1: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 1: Problem Set
Ch 2: Prices, Costs, and the Gains from Trade

 Ch 2: Introduction
 2.1: Prices
 2.2: Costs, Efficiency, and Gains from Trade
 Ch 2: Summary
 Ch 2: Review Questions
 Ch 2: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 2: Problem Set
Ch 3: The Behavior of Consumers

 Ch 3: Introduction
 3.1: Tastes
 3.2: The Budget Line and the Consumer’s Choice
 3.3: Applications of Indifference Curves
 Ch 3: Summary
 Ch 3: Review Questions
 Ch 3: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 3: Problem Set
 Appendix to Chapter 3
Ch 4: Consumers in the Marketplace

 Ch 4: Introduction
 4.1: Changes in Income
 4.2: Changes in Price
 4.3: Income and Substitution Effects
 4.4: Elasticities
 Ch 4: Summary
 Ch 4: Review Questions
 Ch 4: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 4: Problem Set
Ch 5: The Behavior of Firms

 Ch 5: Introduction
 5.1: Weighing Costs and Benefits
 5.2: Firms in the Marketplace
 Ch 5: Summary
 Ch 5: Review Questions
 Ch 5: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 5: Problem Set
Ch 6: Production and Costs

 Ch 6: Introduction
 6.1: Production and Costs in the Short Run
 6.2: Production and Costs in the Long Run
 6.3: Relations between the Short Run and the Long Run
 Ch 6: Summary
 Ch 6: Review Questions
 Ch 6: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 6: Problem Set
Ch 7: Competition

 Ch 7: Introduction
 7.1: The Competitive Firm
 7.2: The Competitive Industry in the Short Run
 7.3: The Competitive Firm in the Long Run
 7.4: The Competitive Industry in the Long Run
 7.5: Relaxing the Assumptions
 7.6: Applications
 7.7: Using the Competitive Model
 Ch 7: Summary
 Ch 7: Review Questions
 Ch 7: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 7: Problem Set
Ch 8: Welfare Economics and the Gains from Trade

 Ch 8: Introduction
 8.1: Measuring the Gains from Trade
 8.2: The Efficiency Criterion
 8.3: Examples and Applications
 8.4: General Equilibrium and the Invisible Hand
 Ch 8: Summary
 Ch 8: Review Questions
 Ch 8: Problem Set
 Appendix to Chapter 8
Ch 9: Knowledge and Information

 Ch 9: Introduction
 9.1: The Informational Content of Prices
 9.2: Asymmetric Information
 9.3: Financial Markets
 Ch 9: Summary
 Ch 9: Review Questions
 Ch 9: Problem Set
Ch 10: Monopoly

 Ch 10: Introduction
 10.1: Price and Output under Monopoly
 10.2: Sources of Monopoly Power
 10.3: Price Discrimination
 Ch 10: Summary
 Ch 10: Review Questions
 Ch 10: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 10: Problem Set
Ch 11: Market Power, Collusion, and Oligopoly

 Ch 11: Introduction
 11.1: Acquiring Market Power
 11.2: Collusion and the Prisoner’s Dilemma: An Introduction to Game Theory
 11.3: Regulation
 11.4: Oligopoly
 11.5: Monopolistic Competition and Product Differentiation
 Ch 11: Summary
 Ch 11: Review Questions
 Ch 11: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 11: Problem Set
Ch 12: The Theory of Games

 Ch 12: Introduction
 12.1: Game Matrices
 12.2: Sequential Games
 Ch 12: Summary
 Ch 12: Problem Set
Ch 13: External Costs and Benefits

 Ch 13: Introduction
 13.1: The Problem of Pollution
 13.2: The Coase Theorem
 13.3: Transactions Costs
 13.4: The Law and Economics
 Ch 13: Summary
 Ch 13: Review Questions
 Ch 13: Problem Set
Ch 14: Common Property and Public Goods

 Ch 14: Introduction
 14.1: The Tragedy of the Commons
 14.2: Public Goods
 Ch 14: Summary
 Ch 14: Review Questions
 Ch 14: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 14: Problem Set
Ch 15: The Demand for Factors of Production

 Ch 15: Introduction
 15.1: The Firm’s Demand for Factors in the Short Run
 15.2: The Firm’s Demand for Factors in the Long Run
 15.3: The Industry’s Demand Curve for Factors of Production
 15.4: The Distribution of Income
 Ch 15: Summary
 Ch 15: Review Questions
 Ch 15: Numerical Exercises
 Ch 15: Problem Set
Ch 16: The Market for Labor

 Ch 16: Introduction
 16.1: Individual Labor Supply
 16.2: Labor Market Equilibrium
 16.3: Differences in Wages
 16.4: Discrimination
 Ch 16: Summary
 Ch 16: Review Questions
 Ch 16: Problem Set
Ch 17: Allocating Goods Over Time

 Ch 17: Introduction
 17.1: Bonds and Interest Rates
 17.2: Applications
 17.3: The Market for Current Consumption
 17.4: Production and Investment
 Ch 17: Summary
 Ch 17: Review Questions
 Ch 17: Problem Set
Ch 18: Risk and Uncertainty

 Ch 18: Introduction
 18.1: Attitudes Toward Risk
 18.2: The Market for Insurance
 18.3: Futures Markets
 18.4: Markets for Risky Assets
 18.5: Rational Expectations
 Ch 18: Summary
 Ch 18: Review Questions
 Ch 18: Problem Set
Ch 19: What Is Economics?

 19.1: The Nature of Economic Analysis
 19.2: The Rationality Assumption
 19.3: What Is an Economic Explanation?
 19.4: The Scope of Economic Analysis
 Ch 19: Problem Set
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