thank u sir. u helped a lot in my academics
Thank you so much for sharing the knowledge.
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Can you furnish a link to the 11th edition? Or can you give a chapter-correspondence list between the 11th and 12th editions? DU students only have access to the 12th edition in shops, but the course is defined as per the 10th and 11th editions.
not significant difference between 11th and 12th edition, follow minutes of meeting of subject, available on delhi school of economic website.
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Thank you very much for uploading these slides. Is there any way to get the slides 21 and after?
thank u sir its becoming understandable
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Thank you very much for the lesson. Hope to received notifications for new lessons on Economics.
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This book is very important and the presentation is nice. May God bless you.
Thankyou for your efforts :) indeed very helpful.
Thank you sir, very much for such valid information. Is it possible for you to supply more of the same for chapters 21 -27! The help is appreciated.
thank you sir for teach us.
in which chapter can i find wage differentials ?
pls tanx a lot for the copies but I want to know from u if any new editions come out i will get to know from u and any other edition at all pls i have sent my email so u can drop it there or notify me of any
this is the notes for b.a. programme 1st year sol student ??
done a commendable job
these notes were really helpful__ank u so much
where can i find the slides for the remaining chapters....21-27??
Very useful materials.
Any available materials on Industrial economics?
Thanks so much.
Very useful staff.
Plz provide pdf version of this book
Issue example of carrots on page 43 increase in price due to information that it cures cancer leads to increase in demand ie shift in demand curve. That is fine
Then it goes on to say that price of carrots rise hence demand for carrots goes down , and people switch to peas, cougettes and potatoes. This is defined as a change in demand due to price and hence refers to a movement along a demand curve in response to a change in price. I beg to disagree here . I think that it could be a response to the price of substitutes going down and hence this shift is due to violation of cetrius paribus and this change in demand is NOT riding the demand curve but actually a shift of demand curve to a decrease in demand due to decrease in price of substitutes such as peas, potatoes and others.
Question - Can you pls advise me ? reference the second situation and explain why it is a riding up the demand curve as per the book?