Syllabus F2014 - NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MMSS 211-1 Eric...

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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MMSS 211-1 Fall 2014 Eric Schulz Andersen 310 [email protected] 491-8204 TURBO MICROECONOMIC THEORY Important : It is my assumption, as well as that of Northwestern University, that you will attend every class and section meeting. You are responsible for any material covered and for any changes or additions to what follows that may be announced in class. Some class material will be posted on Blackboard; some will be handed out in class instead. Should you for whatever reason miss a class, it is your responsibility to get the material from someone in the class. Purpose : This course is concerned with a mathematical approach to the analysis of consumer and producer behavior in market economies and with the nature of equilibria in competitive and monopolistic markets. It deals with the foundations of the market mechanism and the analysis of welfare. Texts : The required text for the course is Microeconomics, 2 nd edition by Bernheim & Whinston, McGraw-Hill. The material covered in class will generally correspond to the material assigned in the texts, although the lectures may present the material from a different point of view.
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