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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
St. Olaf College
MN
20
University of South Florida
FL
20
Montana State University-Bozeman
MT
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
Rutgers University-Newark
NJ
10
University of Louisville
KY
10
Tufts University
MA
10
Boston University
MA
10
Olivet College
MI
10
Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi
TX
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
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
MI
4
Mount Holyoke College
MA
4
Skidmore College
NY
4
Tennessee State University
TN
2
Berea College
KY
1
Washington College
MD
1
University of Mississippi Main Campus
MS
1
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