Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions Spiral-bound – 26 May 2004
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Specifically, one should not expect deep and wordy explanation of topics. Also, one should not expect upper level of math such as matrices, gradient, KKT etc. in this book. There are no many graphical explanations and math usage is a little bit higher than traditional intermediate books. Therefore, it would be better for beginners to understand intuition of microeconomics and then start to read Nicholson.
I have read the book up to the chapter 15 and among these "game theory" and "profit maxizimization" are very well written . However, in my opinion, the topic of "monopoly" should be revised. It lacks important details such as contestable markets, Lerner index etc.
Finally, for those who want to learn microeconomics with intermediate math level but find this book a little bit difficult, I strongly suggest this one; Microeconomic Theory: Concepts and Connections (with Economic Applications)(MIT and Harvard use this text in their intermediate micro courses).
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