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Introduction to Microeconomics

Microeconomics is a one-semester product that introduces students to the core concepts and tools that are standard in economics. It features a panel of leading experts that explain economic principles in compelling ways and with meaningful, real-world examples.

  • Affordable price — $65 per course enrollment — and students retain access to the content for life
  • Clear lesson introductions that introduce important concepts in Economics and tie in real-life examples that emphasize the relevance of economic thought and issues in students’ lives
  • Lesson content designed to help the students build a strong, conceptual understanding of micro-economic principles
  • Original video presentations
  • Reading sections that provide core information and specific illustrations or applications
  • Formative assessments and assignments that reinforce knowledge application and acquisition
  • Summative assessments, with proctoring, mapped to learning objectives
  • Dynamic study tools, including, glossary, notes, and journal
  • A resource toolbox for each lesson to promote ongoing learning and exploration
  • Printable versions for each lesson to support study preferences, offline access, and accessibility needs

Abridged Table of Contents

  1. Fundamentals of Economics
  2. Markets and Morality
  3. Political Economy
  4. Trade
  5. Marginal Decision-Making
  6. How Markets Work
  7. Supply and Demand
  8. Changes in Supply and Demand
  9. Imperfect Markets
  10. Game Theory
  11. Production
  12. Labor
  13. Costs
  14. The Entrepreneur
  15. Investing
  16. Externalities
  17. Government Intervention
  18. Regulation
  19. Comparative Political Economy
  20. Money
  21. Financial Institutions and Markets
  22. Socialist and Mixed Economies
  23. Poverty and Inequality
  • Learning design consultation to ensure we understand your vision for the ideal teaching solution
  • Implementation guides for different instructional models
  • Onboarding support for faculty and students
  • Online support tools for faculty and students
  • Exam proctoring, and other course administration

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