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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS SPRING 2016 ECONOMICS 100: INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY Instructor: Prof. Martin Zelder Office: SSH 145 Office hours: T 1:30-3 pm; Th noon-1:30 pm; and by appointment e-mail: [email protected] Lecture schedule: TTh 4:40 – 6 pm; Kleiber 3 Discussion schedule: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays, various times MAIN TEXT: Price Theory and Applications: Decisions, Markets, and Information , Jack Hirshleifer, Amihai Glazer, and David Hirshleifer (7 th edition), Cambridge University Press (2005) COURSE OUTLINE (readings from textbook are denoted “HGH”) Note: There is not a strict calendar specifying when certain topics will be covered, although we will cover them in the order below and I will announce what will be covered when 1 week ahead of time. 1. Introduction : HGH Chapter 1, HGH Chapter 1 2. Consumers—Budgets and Choice Budgets: HGH pp. 94-95 Indifference Curves and Tastes: HGH Chapter 3 Tastes and Optimization: HGH 4.1-4.2 (revisit pp. 94-95), 4.6, 5.6 3.
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