Principles of Microeconomics by James D.Miller

Are you a microeconomics student? Are you going to take the Microeconomics module? Are you having difficulties understanding the principles behind Microeconomics? Are you eager to get an “A” for your UT? Would you like to read more examples about Microeconomics? If your answers are “yes”, then you should grab the book titled “Principles of Microeconomics” by James D.Miller. 

This book is very useful for students who are taking the module on Microeconomics. In this book, you will find out the all sides of the microeconomic picture nowadays.  From Chapter 1 to 16, you will find the content very relevant for our daily problem statements and thus enhance our understanding. Going through each chapter, you will be able to identify those principles which make us confused, including the different types of market structure, supply and demand, price floor and price ceiling.

I strongly recommend this book because it is like reading a non-fiction book. This book uses both real life examples and step-by-step explanations to help us better understand this topic.  I have enjoyed reading this book and I have been using it as my guide to the daily problem statement. I am sure it will be very useful for all of you and all the best for Microeconomic UT grade!

 

Call number: HB172 MIL 2009

Location: South

Written by Dennis

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