Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
These are many good intermediate microeconomics text books. The module is mainly based around:
Additionally, there is a companion to this book which provides lots of example questions to practice:
HR Varian and TC Bergstrom, Intermediate Microeconomics: A modern approach, Norton, 2014.
However, the majority of the following microeconomics text books will also cover the majority of our topics and I will try to ensure I provide relevant chapters recomendations to a few of the below.
W Nicholson & C Snyder, Theory and Application of Intermediate Microeconomics. 11th edition, Thomson, 2009
D Besanko and R Braeutigam. Microeconomics. 5th edition. Wiley, 2015
A Goolsbee, S Levitt and C Syverson, Microeconomics, Macmillan, 2013
S Estrin, D Laidler and M Dietrich. Microeconomics. 5th ed. Prentice Hall, 2008.
JM Perloff. Microeconomics. 5th edition. Pearson Addison Wesley, 2009
The following books may be useful to help you with elements of mathematics:
Jacques, I. (1992), Mathematics for Economics and Business. Addison Wesley, Chs 4-6. (there are newer editions : the 5th edition is available online as an electronic download)
Renshaw, G. (2005), Maths for Economics. Oxford University Press. Chs. 8 to 17.(this goes from GCSE level to beyond what we require – it’s an excellent book)
This list was last updated on 04/01/2022