Principles Of Micro Economics -I

Principles Of Micro Economics -I

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Publisher Kitab Mahal All B.Com I books by Kitab Mahal
ISBN 9788122507744
Author: Chatuvedi, Mittal
Number of Pages 323
Edition Second Edition
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Principles OIf Micro Economics -I by Chatuvedi, Mittal
Book Summary:

This book has been designed strictly according of the latest syllabus of B.A., Semester I, University of Delhi. The book is equally useful for students pursuing B.Com and B.A. as well as similar courses from various institutes and universities including Universty of Delhi. The subject has been presented in a lucid manner so as to be intelligible to all the readers, who have a working knowledge of English. Linkages between successive chapters and topics have been clearly established to ensure quick understanding of the text in the first reading itself. University Examination Papers of previous years along with suggestive guidelines/solutions for answers through indicated sections in this book further enhances the utility of this book. To keep the presentation as simple and intelligible as possible, diagrams and numerical problems have been given, wherever needed. Further, each topic in the book conforms to the recommended reading.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Com, BA Student.
Table of Content:

1. Introduction to Economics

2. Demand Analysis

3. Supply Analysis

4. Market Equilibrium

5. Applications of Demand and Supply

6. Elasticities of Demand and Supply

7. Cardinal Utility Approach

8. Indifference Curve Approach

9. Theory of Production

10. Production Analysis

11. Cost Analysis

12. Revenue and Profit Maximisation

13.Pricing under Perfect Competition