The Firm and the Market Economy

  • Mike┬áRosser

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
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  12. Back Matter
    Pages 272-288

About this book


Intended for microeconomics courses that go beyond a basic introductory level but do not require the depth of theoretical analysis presented in most standard intermediate microeconomics texts, this book is well suited for use on economic degree courses as a first year microeconomics text, or for second year microeconomics on degree courses where economics is a subsidiary subject. Providing a concise readable coverage of the standard microeconomics topics, it also introduces students to the theory of contestable markets, linear production theory, and alternative theories of the firm, including the Marxian paradigm, and relates microeconomic theory to the real world.


microeconomics Monopol Oligopol production theory of the firm

Authors and affiliations

  • Mike┬áRosser
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  1. 1.Coventry PolytechnicUK

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