ECON-501 Intermediate Microeconomics
This course covers the basic elements of microeconomic theory including consumer choice, the impact on resource allocation of different market structures ranging from competition to monopoly, game theory, general equilibrium analysis, and asymmetric information. We will focus on equilibrium and optimization throughout.
(for graduate students only)
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Econ 001 and Econ 002
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