Managerial Economics, also known as business economics or Applied Microeconomics, helps in dealing with business decisions and management units effectively. This book discusses the theories and applications of Managerial Economics with the help of its various quantitative techniques like operations research, mathematical programming, game theory for strategic decisions, and other computational methods.
Divided into 8 sections and 24 chapters, the book shows how conveniently one can find a solution to the business problems, such as Risk analysis, Production analysis, Pricing, Budgeting, Sales promotion and so on with Managerial Economics tools.
Section I analyses the economic behaviour of the consumers; Section II discusses producers’ behaviour and issues related to the production; Sections III, IV and V talk about markets and firms and their types. The concluding Sections VI, VII and VIII delve on the application part of Economics in human resource management, finance, marketing and strategy. The chapters are well-supported with the cases, figures and important facts.
The book is equipped with pedagogical aids in the form of Summary, Glossary, Important Terms, Numerical Problems and Multiple Choice Questions.
Intended for the postgraduate students of Management, the book will be equally beneficial for the practising Managers.