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Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach

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School Name
State
Est. Students
Oklahoma State University-Main Campus
OK
210
Harvard University
MA
143
Rice University
TX
106
New York University
NY
76
Yale University
CT
76
University of Wisconsin-Madison
WI
63
Eastern Connecticut State University
CT
56
Auburn University Main Campus
AL
43
Tulane University of Louisiana
LA
38
Bowling Green State University-Main Campus
OH
36
University of California-Riverside
CA
34
The University of Texas at Austin
TX
28
University of Alaska Anchorage
AK
24
Hobart William Smith Colleges
NY
24
Hamilton College
NY
21
Montana State University-Bozeman
MT
20
St. Olaf College
MN
20
University of South Florida
FL
20
University of South Alabama
AL
19
University of California-Davis
CA
18
Brown University
RI
17
CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice
NY
17
Oberlin College
OH
16
University of New Mexico-Main Campus
NM
14
Franklin and Marshall College
PA
13
Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
IN
12
University of Illinois at Chicago
IL
11
Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi
TX
10
Rutgers University-Newark
NJ
10
University of Louisville
KY
10
Tufts University
MA
10
Boston University
MA
10
Olivet College
MI
10
Columbia University in the City of New York
NY
8
Northeastern Illinois University
IL
8
The University of Texas at Arlington
TX
8
Colby College
ME
7
Skidmore College
NY
4
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
MI
4
Mount Holyoke College
MA
4
Tennessee State University
TN
2
Washington College
MD
1
University of Mississippi Main Campus
MS
1
Berea College
KY
1
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