Essentials of Microeconomics is an excellent introduction to microeconomics. It presents the basic tools of microeconomics in a clear and concise manner. This book delivers a parsimonious yet vigorous treatment of all relevant introductory microeconomic concepts. In the text there is also an emphasis on modern economics - on game theory and imperfect markets. The book is self-contained, with a chapter on the key mathematical skills required included at the start of the text. This book is ideal for an introductory microeconomics course at any good university. The level of analysis of the book also makes it appropriate even for introductory level economics taught at the postgraduate level; the emphasis on strategy makes this text well suited for an introductory course in business economics.