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1 University of California, Berkeley Department of Economics Econ 201B (Second Half) Economic Theory Spring 2006 Instructors Bob Anderson anderson@econ.berkeley.edu ; all e-mail from students will be answered office: 501 Evans telephone: 510-642-5248 office hours: drop-in hours Wednesday 9:00-12:00, with 9:00-10:00 reserved for 201B students; other times by appointment Ryan Kellogg kellogg@are.berkeley.edu office hours: Tu 1:30-3:30, 508-7 Evans Course Material Part 2 of the course will focus on General Equilibrium Theory. The main text is Andreu Mas-Colell, Michael Whinston, and Jerry Green, Microeconomic Theory , Oxford University Press, 1995. You will find Angel de la Fuente, Mathematical Methods and Models for Economists very helpful for some of the economics of the course, and all of the mathematics that underlies the economics of the course. You may also wish to look at Hal Varian, Microeconomic Analysis (Third Edition), Norton. Lecture notes will be posted on the web prior to the lectures; it is suggested that you print these out and use the margins to take notes in class; revisions may be posted after the class. Course materials will be posted at: http://emlab.berkeley.edu/users/anderson/Econ201B/201Bindex.html .
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