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Principios de microeconomía / Karl E. Case, Ray C. Fair; traducido por María del Pilar Carril Villarreal

Case, Karl E.
Contributor(s): Fair, Ray C | Carril Villarreal, María del Pilar [].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: México [etc.] : Pearson-Prentice-Hall, cop. 2008Edition: 8ª ed.Description: XXX, 458 p. : il. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9789702610786.Subject(s): Microeconomía
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Principles of Microeconomics reflects the conviction of the authors that the best way to understand how economics work in the market and that basic economic theory should first be worked with using simple models in a perfectly competitive market.

Este texto refleja la convicción de los autores de que la mejor manera de comprender como funciona la teoría económica básica y las economías de mercado es trabajar primero con un modelo sencillo en un sistema de mercado perfectamente competitivo, que incluya explicaciones de los mercados de producción de bienes y servicios, los mercados de insumos y las relaciones entre ellos. Entre las principales herramientas didácticas de la obra se encuentran:Análisis de las noticias. Presenta un artículo periodístico con temas actuales en el que se resalta el concepto medular del capítulo.Para profundizar. Sustenta el contenido del capítulo, al proporcionar aplicaciones e información practica e histórica. Gráficas. Apoyan de forma visual la comprensión de los temas. Problemas y soluciones.

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Karl. E. Case is the Professor Emeritus of Economics at Wellesley College, where he has taught for 34 years and he has distinguished himself as the Director of the Department. He is a member of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University and a founding member of the real estate research firm of Fiserv, Case, Shiller, Weiss, which produces the S & P Case Shiller cost of living index. He is a member of the Index Advisory Committee of Standard and Poor's, and with Ray Fair, is a member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Before arriving at Wellesley, he was a member of the Head Tutor of Economics at Harvard, where he received the Allyn Young Prize in Teaching. He distinguished himself as an associate editor for the Journal of Economic Perspectives and the Journal of Economic Education . He received his degree from the University of Miami in 1968 and received his Doctorate in Economics from Harvard in 1976. Professor Cases' primary fields of research are real estate, housing and public finance.

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