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University of California, Berkeley College of Letters and Science Department of Economics Home About Us Faculty Undergraduate Graduate Courses Resources Economics 101A Microeconomic Theory Spring 2005 Instructor: David Card Office: 631A Evans Hall Office Hours: TBA E-mail: [email protected] <!-- An alternate method of sending mail to this address --> <!-- for non-JavaScript enabled browsers can go here --> [Non-JavaScript browser: use card at econ.berkeley.edu] Day/Time: T-Th, 12:30-2 PM Location: 289 Cory GSI: David Albouy Syllabus Course Outline Lecture Notes Lecture 4 Section Notes by David Albouy "Notes on Calculus and Optimization" "Consumer Theory and the Envelope Theorem" "More on Consumer Theory: Identities & Slutsky's Equation" "The Neoclassical Firm" "Supply and Demand: Partial Equilibrium & Comparative Statics" "Labor Markets and Monopsony" "Nash Equilibrium and Duopoly Theory"
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Unformatted text preview: • "Bargaining Models" • "Pareto Optimality and Public Goods with Two Agents" • "Expected Utility and Insurance in a Two State Model" Return to top 508-1 Evans Hall #3880, Berkeley, California 94720-3880 Tel: (510) 642-0822 / Fax: (510) 642-6615 / E-mail: [email protected] <!-- An alternate method of sending mail to this address --> <!-- for non-JavaScript enabled browsers can go here --> [Non-JavaScript browser: use econdept at berkeley.edu] UCB Privacy Statement | Disclaimer Last modified on Feb 20 2014, 03:28 PM PST © 1994-2016 University of California Regents For website updates, please contact [email protected] <!-- An alternate method of sending mail to this address --> <!-- for non-JavaScript enabled browsers can go here --> [Non-JavaScript browser: use econ-web at lscr.ls.berkeley.edu]...
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