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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Microeconomic book there is
This book uses in contrast to other books of that topic only a little math (just like Mankiws' Macroeconomics). Varian uses a very understandable language and is always straight to the point although at some points I miss a little more depth in his explanations.
All in all can this book be regarded as the "Masterpiece" among other just average microeconomic...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Clear intro to standard ideology
A very well-written introduction to the theory of neo-classical economic belief. States the (nonempirical) postulates explicitly (excepting the postulate of stability), illustrates how this leads to the prediction that regulations reduce efficiency, discusses game theory, law and econ, IT, and assymetric information. See my review of Microeconomics by the same author...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Microeconomic book there is, 16. Mai 2003
This book uses in contrast to other books of that topic only a little math (just like Mankiws' Macroeconomics). Varian uses a very understandable language and is always straight to the point although at some points I miss a little more depth in his explanations.
All in all can this book be regarded as the "Masterpiece" among other just average microeconomic books.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Clear intro to standard ideology, 20. Dezember 2003
A very well-written introduction to the theory of neo-classical economic belief. States the (nonempirical) postulates explicitly (excepting the postulate of stability), illustrates how this leads to the prediction that regulations reduce efficiency, discusses game theory, law and econ, IT, and assymetric information. See my review of Microeconomics by the same author. Note also that, as in Microeconomics, there is no discussion of real empirical data. With only three exceptions there are no graphs obtained from real market data in Intermediate Microeconomics. Also, no mention of Radner's proof that equilibria make demands of information acquisition and processing on agents that cannot be met even by a Turing machine. Also, no discussion of the fact that (a) financial market data indicate stochastic dynamic models that have no equilibria either dynamically or statistically, and (b) when equilibria do occur in stochastic models of financial markets, then they are unstable (financial markets are not discussed in the text aside from the CAPM: there is no demand for liquidity in neo-classical economic theory, money is unnecessary, as is the Fed). The student should keep in mind that this is an already-falsified theory (a belief system) that does not describe how any market works in reality. In order to understand where and why this text goes wrong, read mirowski's Machine Dreams'.
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