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Real world micro

Author: Daniel Fireside; Chris Sturr; Smriti Rao; Dollars & Sense Collective.; Dollars & Sense.; et al
Publisher: Boston, MA : Dollars and Sense, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Large print book : English : 14th edView all editions and formats
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"In addition to presenting alternative perspectives on the basics--supply and demand, production and consumption decisions, market structure, and monopoly--Real World Micro explores economic principles by discussing government policy and workplace issues. [This edition] tackles a range of hot-button topics including tax cuts, affordable housing, CEO compensation, the privatization of public goods, cost-benefit  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Fireside; Chris Sturr; Smriti Rao; Dollars & Sense Collective.; Dollars & Sense.; et al
ISBN: 9781878585677 1878585673
OCLC Number: 164289006
Notes: Each chapter is keyed to the textbook Economics (6th ed.) by David Colander.
Description: 138 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Markets: ideology and reality --
Supply and demand --
Consumers --
Firms, production, and profit maximization --
Market structure and monopoly --
Labor markets and the distribution of income --
Market failure, government policy, and corporate governance --
Policy spotlight: tax reform.
Other Titles: Real world micro :
Responsibility: edited by Daniel Fireside ... [et al.].

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"In addition to presenting alternative perspectives on the basics--supply and demand, production and consumption decisions, market structure, and monopoly--Real World Micro explores economic principles by discussing government policy and workplace issues. [This edition] tackles a range of hot-button topics including tax cuts, affordable housing, CEO compensation, the privatization of public goods, cost-benefit analysis, global warming, and the consequences of rising global and national inequality." -- Publisher.

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