Bernheim and Whinston’s Microeconomics focuses on the core principles of the intermediate microeconomic course: individuals and firms making decisions. B. Douglas Bernheim. Stanford University. Michael D. Whinston Tools of Microeconomics 10 / The Scientific Method 11 / Models and Mathematics 12/. Fall Younghwan In. Introduction. Economics provides a useful way of thinking for Bernheim, B. D., and M. D. Whinston (): Microeconomics.
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General Equilibrium, Efficiency, and Equity Externalities and Public Goods Asymmetric Microecoomics show more. Douglas Bernheim graduated with an A. He entered graduate study at M. He began his academic career at Stanford University and taught there from to Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Microeconomics / B. Douglas Bernheim, Michael D. Whinston
In he moved to Princeton University, where he held an endowed chair in the Department of Economics and also served as the co-director of the Center for Economic Policy Studies. Professor Bernheims work has spanned a number of fields, including public economics, political economy, game theory, contract theory, behavioural economics, industrial organization, and financial economics.
Professor Bernheims teaching has included principles of economics, intermediate microeconomics, public economics, microeconomic theory, industrial organization, behavioural economics, and insurance and risk management.
Whinston is the Robert E. Whinston received his B. He taught at Harvard from vernheim before moving to Northwestern.
His research has covered a variety of topics in microeconomics, including game theory, the design of contracts and organizations, fi rm behaviour in oligopolistic markets, antitrust, and law and economics. He has also conducted empirical research on the airline and pharmaceutical industries, and served as a consultantfor private parties, the government, and the courtsin various antitrust cases.
He and Bernheim have collaborated sinceand are excited about this opportunity to produce an innovative new microeconomics text for undergraduates. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with whimston 50 million reviews.
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