Lecture Notes


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The main objective of the course is for students to be able to analyze problems in microeconomic theory at the beginning graduate level. Students successfully completing the course will be able to comfortably work standard problems in microeconomic theory using calculus based techniques and methods. Students will be able to develop models appropriate for different problems, present them in mathematical form, derive implications of maintained assumptions, analyze changes in model structure or form, and extend models to more complicated situations. Topics to be covered include the theory of the firm, theory of the consumer, market equilibrium, general equilibrium, welfare measurement, monopoly and monopsony, markets with imperfect competition, risk and uncertainty and information economics. Based on this material the students will be prepared for M.S. level field courses in economics. These lecture notes cover several topics such as Introduction to Microeconomics Analysis, Technolo...
Arne Hallam
Added 01 Feb 2009
Updated 01 Feb 2009
Authors Arne Hallam
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