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Table of ContentPart 1 Core principles of economicsChapter 1. Thinking as an economistChapter 2. Comparative advantage: the basis for trade Chapter 3. Supply and demand: an introduction Part 2 Competition and the invisible handChapter 4. ElasticityChapter 5. Demand: the benefit side of the market Chapter 6. Perfectly competitive supply: the cost side of the marketChapter 7. Efficiency and exchangeChapter 8. International trade and trade policyChapter 9. The quest for profit and the invisible handPart 3 Imperfect competitionChapter 10. Monopoly and other forms of imperfect competitionChapter 11. Thinking strategically Part 4 Open economy macroeconomicsChapter 12. Externalities, common resources and property rightsChapter 13. Public goods and their financingChapter 14. The economics of informationChapter 15. Labour markets, poverty and income distributionPart 5 Concluding thoughtsChapter 16. Thinking as an economist: revisited