II The Substance of Economics. III Economic Generalizations or Laws. IV The Order and Aims pdf principles of economics Economic Studies. On Wants and Their Satisfaction.
II Wants In Relation To Activities. III Gradations Of Consumers’ Demand. IV The Elasticity of Wants. V Choice Between Different Uses of the Same Thing. Land, Labour, Capital and Organization. II The Fertility of Land. III The Fertility of Land, Continued.
The Tendency To Diminishing Return. IV The Growth of Population. V The Health and Strength of the Population. VII The Growth of Wealth. The Concentration of Specialized Industries in Particular Localities. Production on a Large Scale. Correlation of the Tendencies To Increasing and To Diminishing Return.
General Relations of Demand, Supply, and Value. II Temporary Equilibrium of Demand and Supply. III Equilibrium of Normal Demand and Supply. IV The Investment and Distribution of Resources.
V Equilibrium of Normal Demand and Supply, Continued, With Reference To Long and Short Periods. VI Joint and Composite Demand. VII Prime and Total Cost in Relation To Joint Products. VIII Marginal Costs in Relation To Values. IX Marginal Costs in Relation To Values.
X Marginal Costs in Relation To Agricultural Values. XI Marginal Costs in Relation To Urban Values. XII Equilibrium of Normal Demand and Supply, Continued, With Reference To the Law of Increasing Return. XIII Theory of Changes of Normal Demand and Supply in Relation To the Doctrine of Maximum Satisfaction.
XIV The Theory of Monopolies. XV Summary of the General Theory of Equilibrium of Demand and Supply. The Distribution of National Income. I Preliminary Survey of Distribution. II Preliminary Survey of Distribution, Continued. IV Earnings of Labour, Continued. V Earnings of Labour, Continued.