The present text offers an ordered and didactic explanation of the theories and laws emanating from the dominant school of economic science. It guides the reader in its purpose of clarifying the conceptual and theoretical elements of neoclassical thought, constituting itself as a valid academic input in the training process of the professional in Economics.
In the printed pages there is enjoyable literature to make the understanding of the main microeconomic postulates relative to the theories of demand and supply pleasant. At the same time, it weaves the fundamental principles that guide the rational behavior of consumers and producers to elucidate the paradigm of partial and general equilibrium.
Likewise, each of the chapters contains comparative figures, examples, exercises, and cases that strengthen the economic analysis and improve the quantitative skills required in solving problems with a high degree of mathematical rigor.