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Viva Books Private Limited, 2010. 5th or later edition. Paperback. New. Ever since Edwin Mansfield pioneered the popular theory-and-application approach with the First Edition of Microeconomics, the text has been a perennial leader in the intermediate microeconomics course field. Starting with the Tenth Edition and continuing with the Eleventh, co-author Gary Yohe has thoroughly revised the text while retaining its traditional strengths. Ideas like the roles of risk and uncertainty, strategic behavior, auction design, and asymmetric information were just beginning to take their now significant places on research frontier. Reflecting an evolving contemporary approach, this edition devotes an expanding number of pages to these and other topics. Discussions remain accurate and clear, making use of engaging examples that draw on real-world applications to motivate the presentation of theory. The book explains microeconomic theory in the clearest and most interesting way while offering a wide range of application. This revitalized classic promises to continue to please instructors and their students. Contents: PART ONE: Introduction • Microeconomics • Introduction • Tasks Performed by an Economic System • Building and Using Economic Models • Evaluating a Model • Positive Analysis versus Normative Analysis • Modeling the Price System—Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium • PART TWO: Consumer Behavior and Market Demand • Consumer Tastes and Preferences • Consumer Preferences • Determinants of Consumer Tastes and Preferences • Indifference Curves • The Concept of Utility • The Marginal Rate of Substitution • Deciphering the Shapes of Indifference Curves • The Budget Line • Equilibrium of the Consumer • Corver solutions • Corner solutions and diminishing marginal rates of substitution • Ordinal and Cardinal Utility • Marginal Utility • Budget Allocation Rule • Ordinal Utility Revisited • Revealed Preference • Consumer Behavior and Individual Demand • Introduction • Effects of Changes in Consumer Money Income • Effects of Changes in Commodity Prices • Substitution and Income Effects • Consumer Surplus • Indexes of the Cost of Living • Derivation of the Market Demand Curve • Introduction • The Price Elasticity of Demand • The Income Elasticity of Demand • The Cross-Price Elasticity of Demand • The Measurement of Demand Curves • Shifting Demand Curves • The Seller’s Side of the Market and Marginal Revenue • Industry and Firm Demand Curves • Choices Involving Risk • Probability • Investing in an Oil Venture: A Case Study • The Expected Value of Perfect Information • Should a Person Maximize Expected Monetary Value? • Maximizing Expected Utility • Should the Company Really Invest in the Oil Venture? • Preferences regarding risk • Why people buy insurance • Revisiting the value of information when people are averse to risk • Behavior in the Face of Risk • The Precautionary Principle • PART THREE: The Firm: Its Technology Costs • The Firm and Its Technology • Technology and Inputs • The Short Run and the Long Run • The Production Function • The Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns and the Geometry of Average-and Marginal-Product Curves • The Production Function: More Than One Variable Input • Isoquants • Substitution among Inputs • The Long Run and Returns to Scale • The Measurement of Production Functions • Optimal Input Combination and Cost Functions • Introduction • Optimal Combination of Inputs • Costs • Social Costs versus Private Costs • Explicit Costs versus Implicit Costs • Proper Comparison of Alternatives • Cost Functions in the Short Run • Cost Functions in the Long Run • Economies of Scope • Technological Change, Production, and Costs • The Measurement of Cost Functions • PART FOUR: Market Structure, Price, and Output • Perfect Competition • Introduction • Perfect Competition • Price Determination in the Short Run • Price Determination in the Long Run • Applying the Competitive Mode Printed Pages: 790., Viva Books Private Limited, 2010, Viva Books Private Limited, 2010. 5th or later edition. Paperback. New. Ever since Edwin Mansfield pioneered the popular theory-and-application approach with the First Edition of Microeconomics, the text has been a perennial leader in the intermediate microeconomics course field. Starting with the Tenth Edition and continuing with the Eleventh, co-author Gary Yohe has thoroughly revised the text while retaining its traditional strengths. Ideas like the roles of risk and uncertainty, strategic behavior, auction design, and asymmetric information were just beginning to take their now significant places on research frontier. Reflecting an evolving contemporary approach, this edition devotes an expanding number of pages to these and other topics. Discussions remain accurate and clear, making use of engaging examples that draw on real-world applications to motivate the presentation of theory. The book explains microeconomic theory in the clearest and most interesting way while offering a wide range of application. This revitalized classic promises to continue to please instructors and their students. Contents: PART ONE: Introduction • Microeconomics • Introduction • Tasks Performed by an Economic System • Building and Using Economic Models • Evaluating a Model • Positive Analysis versus Normative Analysis • Modeling the Price System—Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium • PART TWO: Consumer Behavior and Market Demand • Consumer Tastes and Preferences • Consumer Preferences • Determinants of Consumer Tastes and Preferences • Indifference Curves • The Concept of Utility • The Marginal Rate of Substitution • Deciphering the Shapes of Indifference Curves • The Budget Line • Equilibrium of the Consumer • Corver solutions • Corner solutions and diminishing marginal rates of substitution • Ordinal and Cardinal Utility • Marginal Utility • Budget Allocation Rule • Ordinal Utility Revisited • Revealed Preference • Consumer Behavior and Individual Demand • Introduction • Effects of Changes in Consumer Money Income • Effects of Changes in Commodity Prices • Substitution and Income Effects • Consumer Surplus • Indexes of the Cost of Living • Derivation of the Market Demand Curve • Introduction • The Price Elasticity of Demand • The Income Elasticity of Demand • The Cross-Price Elasticity of Demand • The Measurement of Demand Curves • Shifting Demand Curves • The Seller’s Side of the Market and Marginal Revenue • Industry and Firm Demand Curves • Choices Involving Risk • Probability • Investing in an Oil Venture: A Case Study • The Expected Value of Perfect Information • Should a Person Maximize Expected Monetary Value? • Maximizing Expected Utility • Should the Company Really Invest in the Oil Venture? • Preferences regarding risk • Why people buy insurance • Revisiting the value of information when people are averse to risk • Behavior in the Face of Risk • The Precautionary Principle • PART THREE: The Firm: Its Technology Costs • The Firm and Its Technology • Technology and Inputs • The Short Run and the Long Run • The Production Function • The Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns and the Geometry of Average-and Marginal-Product Curves • The Production Function: More Than One Variable Input • Isoquants • Substitution among Inputs • The Long Run and Returns to Scale • The Measurement of Production Functions • Optimal Input Combination and Cost Functions • Introduction • Optimal Combination of Inputs • Costs • Social Costs versus Private Costs • Explicit Costs versus Implicit Costs • Proper Comparison of Alternatives • Cost Functions in the Short Run • Cost Functions in the Long Run • Economies of Scope • Technological Change, Production, and Costs • The Measurement of Cost Functions • PART FOUR: Market Structure, Price, and Output • Perfect Competition • Introduction • Perfect Competition • Price Determination in the Short Run • Price Determination in the Long Run • Applying the Competitive Mode Printed Pages: 790., Viva Books Private Limited, 2010, Harvard University Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 216 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.5in. x 0.8in.In our current screen-saturated culture, we take in more information through visual means than at any point in history. The computers and smart phones that constantly flood us with images do more than simply convey information. They structure our relationship to information through graphical formats. Learning to interpret how visual forms not only present but produce knowledge, says Johanna Drucker, has become an essential contemporary skill. Graphesis provides a descriptive critical language for the analysis of graphical knowledge. In an interdisciplinary study fusing digital humanities with media studies and graphic design history, Drucker outlines the principles by which visual formats organize meaningful content. Among the most significant of these formats is the graphical user interface (GUI)--the dominant feature of the screens of nearly all consumer electronic devices. Because so much of our personal and professional lives is mediated through visual interfaces, it is important to start thinking critically about how they shape knowledge, our behavior, and even our identity. Information graphics bear tell-tale signs of the disciplines in which they originated: statistics, business, and the empirical sciences. Drucker makes the case for studying visuality from a humanistic perspective, exploring how graphic languages can serve fields where qualitative judgments take priority over quantitative statements of fact. Graphesis offers a new epistemology of the ways we process information, embracing the full potential of visual forms and formats of knowledge production. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Harvard University Press, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2014. Softcover. Brand new book. In our current screen-saturated culture, we take in more information through visual means than at any point in history. The computers and smart phones that constantly flood us with images do more than simply convey information. They structure our relationship to information through graphical formats. Learning to interpret how visual forms not only present but produce knowledge, says Johanna Drucker, has become an essential contemporary skill. Graphesis provides a descriptive critical language for the analysis of graphical knowledge. In an interdisciplinary study fusing digital humanities with media studies and graphic design history, Drucker outlines the principles by which visual formats organize meaningful content. Among the most significant of these formats is the graphical user interface (GUI)Ñthe dominant feature of the screens of nearly all consumer electronic devices. Because so much of our personal and professional lives is mediated through visual interfaces, it is important to start thinking critically about how they shape knowledge, our behavior, and even our identity. Information graphics bear tell-tale signs of the disciplines in which they originated: statistics, business, and the empirical sciences. Drucker makes the case for studying visuality from a humanistic perspective, exploring how graphic languages can serve fields where qualitative judgments take priority over quantitative statements of fact. Graphesis offers a new epistemology of the ways we process information, embracing the full potential of visual forms and formats of knowledge production. Johanna Drucker is Breslauer Professor of Bibliographical Studies at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. "The pages of Graphesis teem with color reproductions of 5,000 years' worth of various modes of visually rendered knowledgeÑshowing how they have emerged and developed over time, growing familiar but also defining or reinforcing ways to apprehend informationÉ I suspect Graphesis may prove to be an important book."ÑScott McLemee, Inside Higher Ed "Graphesis is a sophisticated critique of some of the foundational assumptions of HCI (human-computer interaction), interaction design, and information visualization. Drucker makes a compelling case for the value of humanistic inquiry into subjects that have traditionally belonged solely to computer experts and social scientists."ÑMaria Engberg, Assistant Professor of Media Technology, Malmš University, and Jay David Bolter, Professor of Digital Media, Georgia Institute of Technology "Graphesis is a significant contribution to the field, every bit as important as Drucker's The Visible Word. Indeed, the world has changed, and information design has shifted significantly with it. In this text, Drucker should be applauded for taking a broad view of her subject, tackling little-studied imagery as well as visual systems of thinking."ÑElizabeth Guffey, Professor of Art and Design History, Purchase College, State University of New York, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2014, Paperback. New. No monarchy has proved more captivating than that of the British Royal Family. Across the globe, an estimated 2.4 billion people watched the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on television. In contemporary global consumer culture, why is the British monarchy still so compelling? Rooted in fieldwork conducted from 2005 to 2014, this book explores how and why consumers around the world leverage a wide range of products, services, and experiences to satisfy their fascination with the British Royal Family brand. It demonstrates the monarchy's power as a brand whose narrative has existed for more than a thousand years, one that shapes consumer behavior and that retains its economic and cultural significance in the twenty-first century. The authors explore the myriad ways consumer culture and the Royal Family intersect across collectors, commemorative objects, fashion, historic sites, media products, Royal brands, and tourist experiences. Taking a case study approach, the book examines both producer and consumer perspectives. Specific chapters illustrate how those responsible for orchestrating experiences related to the British monarchy engage the public by creating compelling consumer experiences. Others reveal how and why people devote their time, effort, and money to Royal consumption--from a woman who boasts a collection of over 10,000 pieces of British Royal Family trinkets to a retired American stockbroker who spends three months each year in England hunting for rare and expensive memorabilia. Royal Fever highlights the important role the Royal Family continues to play in many people's lives and its ongoing contribution as a pillar of iconic British culture., New York University Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 314 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.Buying (RED) productsfrom Gap T-shirts to Apple--to fight AIDS. Drinking a Caring Cup of coffee at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf to support fair trade. Driving a Toyota Prius to fight global warming. All these commonplace activities point to a central feature of contemporary culture: the most common way we participate in social activism is by buying something. Roopali Mukherjee and Sarah Banet-Weiser have gathered an exemplary group of scholars to explore this new landscape through a series of case studies of commodity activism. Drawing from television, film, consumer activist campaigns, and cultures of celebrity and corporate patronage, the essays take up examples such as the Dove Real Beauty campaign, sex positive retail activism, ABCs Extreme Home Makeover, and Angelina Jolie as multinational celebrity missionary. Exploring the complexities embedded in contemporary political activism, Commodity Activism reveals the workings of power and resistance as well as citizenship and subjectivity in the neoliberal era. Refusing to simply position politics in opposition to consumerism, this collection teases out the relationships between material cultures and political subjectivities, arguing that activism may itself be transforming into a branded commodity. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., New York University Press, Berg Publishers. Paperback. New. Paperback. 317 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.2in. x 0.7in.Drawing on case studies from around the world, a trans-national perspective allows the authors to look at the genealogy of the modern consumer and the development of consumer cultures, from the porcelain trade and consumption in Britain and China in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, to post Second World War developments in America and Japan, and the contemporary consumer politics of cosmopolitan citizenship. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Berg Publishers, University of California Press, 2015. Paperback. New. No monarchy has proved more captivating than that of the British Royal Family. Across the globe, an estimated 2.4 billion people watched the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on television. In contemporary global consumer culture, why isthe British monarchy still so compelling? Rooted in fieldwork conducted from 2005 to 2014, this book explores how and why consumers around the world leverage a wide range of products, services, and experiences to satisfy their fascination with the British Royal Family brand. It demonstrates the monarchy's power as a brand whose narrative has existed for more than a thousand years, one that shapes consumer behavior and that retains its economic and cultural significance in the twenty-first century. The authors explore the myriad ways consumer culture and the Royal Family intersect across collectors, commemorative objects, fashion, historic sites, media products, Royal brands, and tourist [Url removed]ng a case study approach, the book examines both producer and consumer perspectives. Specific chapters illustrate how those responsible for orchestrating experiences related to the British monarchy engage the public by creating compelling consumer experiences. Others reveal how and why people devote their time, effort, and money to Royal consumption--from a woman who boasts a collection of over 10,000 pieces of British Royal Family trinkets to a retired American stockbroker who spends three months each year in England hunting for rare and expensive memorabilia. Royal Fever highlights the important role the Royal Family continues to play in many people's lives and its ongoing contribution as a pillar of iconic British culture"--Provided by publisher.SKU: MM-60823559; EAN: 9780520273665, University of California Press, 2015, Aldine. Paperback. New. Paperback. 340 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.8in.The human race spends a disproportionate amount of attention, money, and expertise in solving, trying, and reporting homicides, as compared to other social problems. The public avidly consumes accounts of real-life homicide cases, and murder fiction is more popular still. Nevertheless, we have only the most rudimentary scientific understanding of who is likely to kill whom and why. Martin Daly and Margo Wilson apply contemporary evolutionary theory to analysis of human motives and perceptions of self-interest, considering where and why individual interests conflict, using well-documented murder cases. This book attempts to understand normal social motives in murder as products of the process of evolution by natural selection. They note that the implications for psychology are many and profound, touching on such matters as parental affection and rejection, sibling rivalry, sex differences in interests and inclinations, social comparison and achievement motives, our sense of justice, lifespan developmental changes in attitudes, and the phenomenology of the self. This is the first volume of its kind to analyze homicides in the light of a theory of interpersonal conflict. Before this study, no one had compared an observed distribution of victim-killer relationships to expected distribution, nor asked about the patterns of killer-victim age disparities in familial killings. This evolutionary psychological approach affords a deeper view and understanding of homicidal violence. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Aldine

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Daly, Martin; Wilson, Margo

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Homicide

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780202011783
ISBN (ISBN-10): 020201178X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1988
Herausgeber: ALDINE PUB
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Gewicht: 0,485 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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