on 15 May 2011
This book is excellent if you already have a sound introductionary knowledge on microeconomics and mathematics (basic algebra and calculus).
It covers the subjects using conventional diagrams and verbal explanations, that are complemented by mathematical extensions.
Though the mathematical part is in separate sections and you can follow the book without covering them, I think those sections
are the book main stength, so I would recomment this book to those looking for more precise modelying in an intermediate microeconmics course.
I don't think it's suitable as an introduction to economics.
It can be a good idea to combine it with a less mathematical text for concepts and examples, such as Wyn Morgan et al. book and the one by Robert Pindyck.