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I. Introduction to Economics 1. The Principles and Practice of Economics 2. Economic Methods and Economic Questions 3. Optimization: Choosing the Best Economic Outcome 4. Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium II. Foundations of Microeconomics 5. Consumers and Incentives 6. Sellers and Incentives 7. Perfect Competition and the Invisible Hand 8. Trade 9. Externalities and Public Goods 10. The Government in the Economy: Taxation and Regulation 11. Markets for Factors of Production III. Market Structure 12. Monopoly 13. Game Theory and Strategic Play 14. Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly IV. Extending the Microeconomic Toolbox 15. Tradeoffs Involving Time and Risk 16. Auctions and Bargaining 17. The Economics of Information 18. Social Economics
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