Dean Karlan, Jonathan Morduch
Dean Karlan and Jonathan Morduch's Microeconomics is a new generation of goods designed to focus on what matters to students in today's high-tech, globalized environment. It is offered with best-in-class adaptive study resources in McGraw-Hill Connect. The second edition aims to keep students interested by tackling topics that are significant in the world while delivering essential economic concepts and interesting new ideas in economic philosophy.
This textbook mixes a well-known curriculum with content from recent practical research in fields including finance, behavioral economics, and political economy. With applications based on empirical evidence, data, and research, content that bridges the gap between what happens in the classroom and what is happening in our country and the larger globe will be available to students and teachers.
Students are taught by Karlan and Morduch that economics is a tool for improving one's own life and advancing better governmental and commercial practices globally. While doing so, this second edition encourages students to come to their own understandings of what “better” actually means.