Microeconomics for Managers : Principles and Applications, Hardback Book


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This fully updated fourth edition explores microeconomic concepts, with a distinctive emphasis on 'the economic way of thinking' and its applicability to sharp managerial thinking, productivity, and good decision-making.

It stands apart due to its strong focus on practical and applied knowledge from the business context and its unique structure (Part I of each chapter develops key economic principles; Part II draws on those principles to discuss organizational and incentive issues in management, focusing on solving the 'principal-agent' problem to maximize the profitability of the firm).

There are plentiful real-life scenarios and provocative examples in each chapter.

Accessible to MBA students, other graduate students and undergraduates, it is ideal as a core text for courses in Managerial Economics.

Requiring an understanding of only basic algebra, this new edition is more concise with a wealth of online resources, including additional online chapters and an online appendix with more advanced mathematical applications.


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