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By Dr. Anoop Kumar Atria

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Book Details

  • 978-93-80311-54-8
  • English
  • 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Paper Back
  • 826

Contents

  • Introductory Microeconomics
    and Macroeconomics
    (Part-A)
    Introductory Microeconomics
    Unit–I: Introduction
    1. Introduction and Central Problems of an Economy 
    Objectives, Economics, Subject Matter of Economics, Economy, Production Possibility Curve/Production Possibility Line/Production Possibility Frontier/Transformation Curve, Opportunity Cost, Marginal Opportunity Cost/Marginal Rate of Transformation (MOC or MRT), Central Problems of an Economy (Economic Problems  Key Points) Question Bank Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS), Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary, Questions , Multiple Choice, Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic, Nature of Economic Analysis
     
    Unit–II: Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
    2. Consumer’s Equilibrium
    Consumer, Utility, Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility, Consumer’s Equilibrium-Utility Approach (Cardinal Approach) Derivation of Condition, Consumer’s Equilibrium-Ordinal Approach (Indifference Curve Analysis), Indifference Curve, Budget Line, Consumer’s Equilibrium, Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Utility, Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic)
     
    3. Theory of Demand
    Demand and Market Demand, Demand Schedule, Demand Curve, Demand Function, The Law of Demand, Change in Quantity Demanded and Change in Demand (Movement along the Demand Curve and Shift in Demand Curve), Solved Numericals, Key Points Question Bank,  Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key
     
    4. Elasticity of Demand
    Meaning, Degrees or forms of Elasticity of Demand, Methods of Measuring Elasticity of Demand, Elasticity of Demand for two Intersecting Demand Curves, Determinants or Factors Affecting Elasticity of Demand, Solved Numericals, Question Bank, Key Points, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluate Topic)
     
    Unit–III: Producer Behaviour and Supply
    5. Theory of Supply and Elasticity of Supply
    Supply and Market Supply, Supply Schedule, Supply Curve, Supply Function, The Law of Supply, Change in Quantity Supplied and Change in Supply, Movement Along the Supply Curve and Shift in Supply Curve Elasticity of Supply, Meaning of Elasticity of Supply, Degrees or forms of Elasticity of Supply, Methods of Measuring Elasticity of Supply, Elasticity of Supply for Two Intersecting Supply Curves, Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic)
     
    6. Production Function-Returns to a Factor
    Production, Input and Output, Fixed Factors and Variable Factors, Short Run and Long Run, Production Function, Basic Concepts of Production–Total, Average and Marginal Physical Products, Relationship between TP, MP and AP, Returns to a Factor or Law of Variable Proportions, Reasons or Causes of Operation of the Law, Law of Diminishing Marginal Product or Law of  Diminishing Returns, Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank,  Unsolved Numericals, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic)
     
    7. Theory of Cost and Cost Curves
    Meaning of Cost, Cost Function, Types or Kinds of Cost, Short Run Cost Curves, Relationship between Various Short Run Cost Curves, Solved Numericals, Question Bank, Key Points, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Question, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key
     
    8. Revenue Curves
    Meaning of Revenue, Types or Concepts of Revenue, Relationship between TR, MR and AR, Revenue Curves under Different Markets, Difference between Nature of Demand Curves (AR Curves) ,Under Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition, Area Under MR = TR  (In Situation of Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition), Demand Curve under Different Markets (Producer Revenue Curve), Solved Numericals, Key Points,  Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic)
     
    9. Producer’s Equilibrium
    Producer, Profit, Meaning of Producer’s Equilibrium, Approaches or Methods of Producer’s Equilibrium, Solved Numericals, Question Bank, Key Points, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions,  Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evalutive Topic)
     
    Unit–IV: Forms of Market and Price Determination
    10. Forms of Market
    Market-Meaning and Definition, Essentials or Factors Determining Market, Market Structure, Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Imperfect Competition or Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, Question Bank, Key Points, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Values Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic)
     
    11. Price Determination Under Perfect Competition
    Equilibrium, Market Equilibrium, Equilibrium Price, Equilibrium Quantity, Determination of Market Equilibrium, Problems of Excess Demand and Excess Supply, Effects of Change in Demand and Change in Supply on Market Equilibrium (Effects of Shift in Demand Curve and Supply Curve), Some Exceptional Situations, Applications of Tools of Demand and Supply,Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key
     
    SP. Sample Papers
    EP. Examination Papers-2014
    MP. Model Test Papers
     

     

Reviews of Introductory Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (Part-A) Introductory Macroeconomics

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ajay goyal

16 Oct 2013

Best Book.

This book is excellent book. some student got 100 out of 100 by using this book . some average student who secured less than 40 marks in there other subject like accounts and business studies have secured more than 80 marks by using this book. Explanation of each topic are wonder full and as per required for CBSE pattern. I assure you that if you use this book then definitely your got full confidence economics subject.

Ankita Jhanwar

23 Apr 2014

exceptionally well written and exam oriented book

Anoop sir has written a very good book which has all the relevant topics with outstanding presentation. The book is conceptually sound and the use of graphs, tables, diagrams make it all the more student friendly and easy to understand. The questions at the back and all last year's papers and sample papers are also included along with value based and HOTS questions. overall a very nice book.

Mohit singh

15 Sep 2014

My Teacher Uses This For Accuracy

Dr. Anoop sir has written very good book. My Teacher Uses This Book . He Says "This Is The Best Book And If You Go Through This you Will Get 100 Marks!"

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