Book Title: Intermediate Microeconomics
Subtitle: University of Saskatchewan Edition
Book Description: Intermediate Microeconomics is a comprehensive microeconomic theory text that uses real world policy questions to motivate and illustrate the material in each chapter. Intermediate Microeconomics is an approachable yet rigorous textbook that covers the entire scope of traditional microeconomic theory and includes two mathematical approaches, allowing instructors to teach the material with or without calculus. With real-world policy topics as an entrée into each subject, Intermediate Microeconomics will help students engage with the material and facilitate learning not only the concepts, but their importance and application as well.
This edition was revised specifically to use in ECON 211 at the University of Saskatchewan. Enhancements in this edition include Canadian case examples, revised graphics, interactive glossary items, supplementary media, and finally, interactive self-checks.
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