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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • Household Decision-Making 1
  • 1: Consumer Theory and Demand 3
  • 2: Price Changes and Consumer Welfare 35
  • 3: Labour Supply 63
  • 4: Savings and Asset Accumulation 91
  • 5: Risk, Uncertainty and Insurance 115
  • 6: Ris, Uncertainty and Household Assets 141
  • The Firm and Market Structures 165
  • 7: The Neo-Classical Theory of the Firm 167
  • 8: Alternative Theories of the Firm 197
  • 9: Competition 227
  • 10: Monopoly and Marjket Power 259
  • 11: Models of Oligopoly 283
  • 12: Competition and Regulation Policy 311
  • Analysis of Factor Markets 333
  • 13: Factor Markets 335
  • 14: The Labour Market 363
  • 15: Capital Markets and Investment by Firms 393
  • General Equilibrium and Social Welfare 415
  • 16: General Equilibrium Analysis 417
  • 17: Externalities and the Environment 443
  • 18: The Distribution of Income 467
  • References and Suggested Further Reading 490
  • Appendix 491
  • Index 509
  • Acknowledgements 515
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