A Course In Microeconomic Theory has 29 ratings and 2 reviews. Paola said: This is a beautiful graduate level microeconomic textbook. Among the graduate. A course in microeconomic theory by Kreps, David M., Princeton University Press (USA, Canada, Japan) and Harvester‐Wheatsheaf (all the world but USA and. A Course in Microeconomic Theory by David Kreps. Roy Gardner Indiana University–Bloomington. Pages | Published online: 10 Jul.
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Among the graduate textbooks, this is the most suited for self study – though not as comprehensive in coverage as Microeconomic Theorythis text guides the reader through the hard core material in an easy and engaging style – of course, the treatment is rigorous and mathematical, but Kreps prose flows and it feels more like a set of lecture notes than a textbook.
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