The book “Quantitative Microeconomics. Theoretical aspects and applications” is a study of the quantitative microeconomic analysis, in a gradual manner, from simple to complex. Through the 12 chapters, the authors present problems and case studies on optimal behaviour of consumer and producer, on monopoly and oligopoly, on externalities and public goods. The theoretical aspects are presented in details in problems and case studies and in every chapter the reader will find solved and proposed problems.
In this context, the book is useful to all of those (students, master or PhD students, researchers) interested by the field of quantitative microeconomics.