Introductory Microeconomics Complete Summary

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  • UniversityUniversity of Oxford
  • AreaSocial sciences
  • CourseIntroductory Microeconomics
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  • Authornexusnotesrecommended
  • Created2017
  • Pages101
  • Approved2 April 2018

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About these notes

These are Comprehensive and clear Introductory Microeconomics notes for Social sciences at University of Oxford.

 

I wrote the notes to cover all the content throughout the course and it has been formatted well to allow for clear navigation of the content in studying for the exam. The notes are concise and exam focused. These are notes that I put together to help me achieve a top mark in this subject.

 

Topics covered in these notes include :

  • Sequences, Series, Limits.
  • Functions.
  • Elasticity of Demand.
  • Opportunity Costs.
  • Externalities.
  • Asymmetric Information.
  • Differentiation.
  • Optimisation.
  • Price Ceilings, Quotas, Taxes.
  • Consumer Surplus, Producer Surplus, Deadweight Loss etc.
  • Production Possibility Sets.MC, AVC, ATC.
  • Economies/Diseconomies of Scale.
  • Isoquants.
  • Perfectly Competitive Model.
  • Industry supply/demand curves.
  • Monopoly / Monopsony.
  • Equilibrium / Oligopoly / Collusion.
  • Consumer Preferences.
  • Utility.
  • Indifference Curves.
  • Constrained Optimisation.
  • Determining demand functions.
  • Deriving demand curves.
  • Slutsky Equation.
  • Labour supply curves.
  • Competitive exchange.
  • Efficiency and equity.
  • Externalities.
  • Asymmtric information.

 

About the Author : I am a student form University of Oxford and awarded First class Honours for Social Sciences.

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