• ISBN-10: 1-4292-3997-2
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-4292-3997-4
  • Cloth Text , 900 pages

Second Edition   ©2012

Modern Principles of Economics

Tyler Cowen

Alex Tabarrok

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New Chapter 2, The Power of Trade and Comparative Advantage appears before Supply and Demand.  It makes extensive use of production-possibilities frontiers and features an all-new set of questions and problems.
New Microeconomics Coverage
 • New chapter on Consumer Choice, which uses indifference curves
 • New separate chapter on Taxes and Subsidies, with a new introduction and new coverage of wage subsidies
 • Coverage of Costs (Ch. 11) and Competition (Ch. 12) split into separate chapters
 • New separate chapter on The Economics of Network Goods (Ch. 16), including coverage of contestable markets
 • Increased coverage of oligopolies and new coverage of monopolistic competition (Ch. 15, Cartels, Oligopolies, and Monopolistic Competition)
 • New coverage of bubbles (Ch. 22, Stock Markets and Personal Finance)
New Macroeconomics Coverage
 • New coverage of the Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 throughout, especially in chapters on Savings, Investment, and the Financial System; Unemployment; Transmission Mechanisms; Monetary Policy; and Fiscal Policy
 • New section on GDP Deflator
 • New coverage of the Industrial Revolution
 • More accessible coverage of business fluctuations and the Dynamic AD/AS model
 • Extensively updated chapter on the Federal budget