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Microeconomics Study Guide by David Besanko, Ronald Braeutigam


Microeconomics Study Guide by David Besanko, Ronald Braeutigam

As a study guide, this handbook really stands out. It explains the principles very clearly in a logical order and it uses a lot of examples and cases for students to practise the new techniques. The chapters start with a story to show the reallife relevance of the concepts, which is clearly appreciated by the students. Highly recommended for teaching first-year students! Dr Catherine Schaumans, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands

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Publication date

4th January 2011


David Besanko, Ronald Braeutigam

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John Wiley & Sons Inc


570 pages





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