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Principles of Microeconomics | Intermediate Microeconomics | Saylor Foundation

Principles of Microeconomics | Prof. J. Gruber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - is an introductory undergraduate course that teaches the fundamentals of microeconomics. This course introduces microeconomic concepts and analysis, supply and demand analysis, theories of the firm and individual behavior, competition and monopoly, and welfare economics. Students will also be introduced to the use of microeconomic applications to address problems in current economic policy throughout the semester."  The course includes videos and multimedia explanations of the topics.

Principles of Microeconomics | R. Larry Reynolds, Boise State University- accompanying powerpoint presentations and interactive excel modules

Intermediate Microeconomics | R. Larry Reynolds, Boise State University

Economics 501: Microeconomics | Arne Hallam, Iowa State Universtiy - lecture notes


Lecture Notes in Microeconomic Theory: The Economic Agent | Ariel Rubenstein

Lecture Notes in Microeconomics Notes | Iowa State University

Introduction to Microeconomic Theory | Real Analysis and Topology | The Neoclassical Firm and Technology | Production Functions | Profit Maximization | Profit Functions | Cost Functions | Consumer Choice | Functional Forms for Consumer Theory | Duality in Consumer Theory | Measuring Welfare Change | Competition | Welfare Properties of Equilibrium | Oligopoly | Mergers | Decisions Under Uncertainty.   

Vector_Spaces | Quadratic_Forms | Mathematica Exercise | (pdf download) | Handouts from class - Graduate Program

Principles of Microeconomics | John Kane, State University of New York, Oswego, NY


Essentials of Microeconomics | Krister Ahlersten - (134 pages pdf)

Essentials of Microeconomics: Exercises | Krister Ahlersten - (93 pages pdf)

Essentials of Microeconomics: Exercises

Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics | Libby Rittenberg and Timothy Tregarthen

Microeconomics: Theory Through Application | Russell Cooper and Andrew John

Quantum Microeconomics | Toram Bauman - an introductory/intermediate textbook featuring optimization analysis and game theory. 178 page (pdf file)

Quantum Microeconomics with Calculus | Toram Bauman - an introductory/intermediate textbook featuring optimization analysis and game theory; 269 pages (pdf file).


Index of Microeconomic Topics | Robert Schenk

AmosWeb: Micrcoeconomics | Orley Amos, Oklahoma State University  -   introductory microeconomics explained.

Problems in Microeconomics | Byron W. Brown - introductory and intermediate topics.

Theory of the firm and industry equilibrium | Martin J. Osborne, University of Toronto

Introductory microeconomics online quizzes | Trudy Cameron, UCLA

Principles of microeconomics past exam inventory | Trudy Cameron, UCLA

Multiple choice practice questions for production costs | John Gross, Deborah Antkoviak


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