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A perfect course, 8 Dec 2007
It's a perfect solution for the study of undergraduate course. Nicholson's book comprises all of common topics in intermediate (and advanced level in some sections) microeconomics. The advantage of this book is not only a comprehensive and clear introduction to modern course, but good impact on extensions that suggest further discussions on more conmplicated problems and give the best link to the further reading. The examples of practice are very well inplemented and give the view on problems solving in a clear way. Though Economics of Information and Uncertainty and Risk and other chapters are well explained, the book just omits or does not pay enough attention to some problems connected with the input markets and some other. But that cannot reduce Microeconomic Theory's value.