This book is written with a practical eye on the economic questions being raised by economists in Pakistan today, and its theoretical and quantitative levels. The case-studies provide a series of examples of microeconomic theory in its application to real world situations. The theories of consumer behaviour, firm, and market equilibrium highlight several different problems, which are analysed in mathematical detail. The book is intended to give students an operational grasp of the subject.
Case Studies in Applied Microeconomics