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Microeconomic Theory (4th Edition)

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Pages: 461
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25 June 2018

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09 July 2018

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This book covers microeconomic theory at the Master’s and Ph.D levels for students in business schools and economics departments. It concisely covers major mainstream microeconomic theories today, including neoclassical...

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This book covers microeconomic theory at the Master’s and Ph.D levels for students in business schools and economics departments. It concisely covers major mainstream microeconomic theories today, including neoclassical microeconomics, game theory, information economics, and contract theory.  The revamped, 3rd edition of "Microeconomic Theory" offers faculty, graduate and upper undergraduate students with a comprehensive curriculum solution. 

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Covers microeconomic theory at the Master's and Ph.D levels for students in business schools and economics departments
Covers major mainstream microeconomic theories today, including neoclassical microeconomics, game theory, information economics, and contract theory
Concises with many of detailed explanations deliberately left out. Such a book is good for students who will learn most of the details and explanations from lecture

Chapter 1. Producer Theory
Chapter 2. Consumer Theory
Chapter 3. Risk Theory
Chapter 4. Equilibrium Theory
Chapter 5. Micro-Foundation for Financial Markets
Chapter 6. Micro-Foundation for Industrial Markets
Chapter 7. Imperfect Information Games
Chapter 8. Incomplete Information Games
Chapter 9. Cooperative Games
Chapter 10. Signalling
Chapter 11. Mechanism Design
Chapter 12. Incentive Contracts.

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Prof. Dr. Wang is a professor in the School of Business and Management at Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. His main research is on organization theory. Since 1985, he has published 37 papers in some international publications such as Journal of Economic Theory, American Economic Review, International Economic Review, and so on, and 10 papers in some domestic journals such as Annals of Mathematics, China Economic Quarterly, and so on, and 4 book chapters, involving the fields of economic theory, macroeconomics, financial economics, and organization theory. Furthermore, he has published three books. Now, his is undertaking several projects from Hong Kong Research Grants Council (DAG08-09.MB12) and...

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Prof. Dr. Wang is a professor in the School of Business and Management at Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. His main research is on organization theory. Since 1985, he has published 37 papers in some international publications such as Journal of Economic Theory, American Economic Review, International Economic Review, and so on, and 10 papers in some domestic journals such as Annals of Mathematics, China Economic Quarterly, and so on, and 4 book chapters, involving the fields of economic theory, macroeconomics, financial economics, and organization theory. Furthermore, he has published three books. Now, his is undertaking several projects from Hong Kong Research Grants Council (DAG08-09.MB12) and Hong Kong Central Policy Unit (2015.A7.009.15D).

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