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Microeconomic Theory provides a detailed discussion of the subject matter appearing in graduate courses in microeconomic theory. The presentation is self-contained and provides key foundational insights on each topic covered. This book will be of use to graduate students of microeconomics and more generally to those who need a brief modern account of the various areas of microeconomic theory.
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James Bergin is Professor of Economics at Queen's University and Canada Research Chair Holder. James holds degrees from Princeton, London School of Economics and the National University of Ireland. His research interests include mechanism design, learning and evolutionary game theory, and
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