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Experiments with Economic Principles: Microeconomics

@inproceedings{Bergstrom1999ExperimentsWE,
  title={Experiments with Economic Principles: Microeconomics},
  author={Theodore C. Bergstrom and John H. Miller},
  year={1999}
}
Part 1 Competitive markets - supply and demand: lab report for experiment 1 D1 supply and demand home work for experiment 1 shifting supply lab report for experiment 2 D2 shifting supply and demand home work for experiment 2. Part 2 Market intervention and public policy - a sales tax: lab report for experiment 3 D3 sales tax home work for experiment 3 prohibition lab report for experiment 4 minimum wage lab report for experiment 5 D5 price floors and ceilings home work for experiment 5. Part 3… Expand

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