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Principles Of Microeconomics MIT

Principles Of Microeconomics MIT

The given link provides access to lecture notes for the course Principles of Microeconomics offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the fall of 2018. The lecture notes cover a wide range of topics in microeconomics, including supply and demand, consumer behavior, and market equilibrium. The notes are authored by Professor Jonathan Gruber and are designed to supplement his lectures. The notes include graphs, equations, and real-world examples to illustrate key concepts. They are a useful resource for students studying microeconomics or for anyone interested in understanding how markets work.

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