by D. Levinson, D. Gillen, M. Iacono
Publisher: Wikibooks 2011
Transport Economics studies the movement of people and goods over space and time. Historically it has been thought of as located at the intersection of microeconomics and civil engineering. The book is aimed at advanced undergraduate and graduate civil engineering, planning, business, and economics students.
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by Nolan H. Miller - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
These notes are intended for use in courses in microeconomic theory taught at Harvard University. Consequently, much of the structure is inherited from the required text for the course. They are not intended to stand alone or replace the texts.
by R. Preston McAfee, J. Stanley Johnson
Introductory economics material using standard mathematical tools, including calculus. It is designed for undergraduates who have not taken a basic university course in economics. The book can easily serve as an intermediate microeconomics text.
by Yoram Bauman - SmallParty.org
The book builds up from individual optimization to strategic interactions between individuals to competitive market interactions between many individuals, thereby integrating decision theory, game theory, and price theory into a coherent whole.
by Yunzhong Hou - Wikibooks
The goal of this book is to explain how people interact economically, understanding the relationship between people, supply and demand, markets, and efficiency. We will do this by understanding the nature of the basics concepts of microeconomics.