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Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 20. Juli 2007

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Von L4uren7 am 6. September 2012
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I recommend this book to everyone who wants to get a strong intermediate micro-economical knowledge. It's very user-friendly and it's helpful to get a modern approach to a classical topic.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen It is.....Ok 28. März 2012
Von colleca - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I took an intermediate microeconomics class with this book. Unfortunetly the author Varian wanted to make some extra money on the side so the book has only a few problems and examples. Why?
Because there is an "accompaniment" workbook. Another $50, but if u really just want some practice, you can find an older version online posted for free, google it people. (The practice workbook has ~800 questions over the ~30 chapters in the book, and is pretty useful actually)

It is a fun read, really it is. It has some great examples in this and is well divided into roughly 30 chapters. Whatever course your taking, this book is too long for 1 semester so you'll probably skip the later chapters that have more to do with game theory and such.

The case studies are good, and the book does a good job explaining utility, CS, PS, allocative efficiency vs. cost effective efficiency, and finally a very good job (covered in 4 chapters) the role and types of monopolists.

If your teacher assigns this textbook, its not the end of the world. Im not sure I would pick it up if it wasnt assigned though, its not that level of good.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Buyer Review 12. Oktober 2009
Von Brian Mick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This is a decent economics textbook used for my economics class. It has detailed chapters and well drawn figures and good explanations of the material it is presenting, but sometimes skips on the math. A lot of times it will present the big picture and assume you can figure out the math yourself, but it doesn't even tell you which way to go with the math (take derivatives and ratio them then multiply by the price and divide demand is not something I could just figure out myself - I like equations spoon-fed to me).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent - well written, thorough, no unnecessary fluff 5. Dezember 2010
Von Hugh Sansom - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I sometimes think that some texts add extra "filler" or color solely to justify a higher price. This text is two color (the 8th edition is black & green text). An additional color might add a little something to readability. Otherwise, the text is excellent. I have occasionally used it to explain things I _didn't_ get from lower-level texts. It is very comprehensive, including attention to subjects of current interest (in 2010, as I write this). Given how dry economics can be, Varian does a great job of making it readable.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good for undergrads 17. Januar 2012
Von Felicity RK - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
An intermediate level econ book that is an excellent follow-up to Hirshleifer's Price Theory.

A very in depth coverage of optimisation and equilibrium with the relevant mathematical coverage (still with limited rigour) that is typically suitable for undergraduates.

The explanations are more brief than the Mas-Colell et al book but provides a reasonable level of coverage of a wide variety of topics. For econ graduates, the Varian text is too simplistic, it is mainly aimed at undergrads- for grads the Gravelle and Rees is more appropriate.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Not for the casual reader in economics, but a great textbook! 23. April 2015
Von kdj - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
There are textbooks, and then there are textbooks.
This is readable. Unlike so many economics books where you need to wait until after you have the professor's explanations so you can struggle through the print materials, this is written for us mere mortals with clear, concise, ready application examples. Yes, there is some math in the chapters instead of hidden in appendices. There are enough explanations so a reader can translate the Math into English. The author is up-front about readers needing a bit of Calculus. Maybe I was just lucky, but my prof used this book as a launching pad for in depth class discussions so the math was not a barrier but a useful tool.
Yes, there are dozens of chapters. Each takes one main idea and breaks it down. Along the way a couple of important related concepts are introduced. Many chapters after the opening section can be skipped without losing anything in subsequent chapters. With a footprint slightly smaller than an iPad and decent sized font, it reads pretty fast for a quantitative book.
The Workouts book to accompany is nice, but it does assume that you have an instructor that walks through some of the math applications prior to assigning homework from this. Again, I seemed to luck out with my section. Some of my classmates in later courses sounded less happy with their experience.
The production value is a bit low compared to books with four-color graphics, pictures, and lists of web links, but at $40 it's nearly $200 cheaper than its competition. And that is GREAT ECONOMICS!
I doubt any casual reader would be interested in buying this. If you are thinking about going on in graduate school in economics and need a primer so your core Microeconomics course is not as painful, this is it.
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