econ11_08_syllabus

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Eco11, Fall 2008 Simon Board Economics 11: Microeconomic Theory Professor Simon Board Fall 2008 1. Class Information Website: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/08F/econ11-1/ Lectures: Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 -10:45am in Haynes 39 Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 11 - 12 am, or by appointment. 2. Contact Information Office: 9353 Bunche Hall Email: [email protected] Phone: 310-825-5304 Remarks: In general, your first point of contact should be your TA. For enrollment questions, please talk to the economics counsellor. Otherwise, when contacting me by email, please indicate ”Econ 11” in the subject line. 3. Course Description and Requirements Econ 11 is the first part of a two-course sequence in Microeconomic Theory, the second part being Econ 101. Both courses are technically demanding and rigourous. They are intended to introduce you to formal economic analysis, and serve as a foundation for the more advanced undergraduate field courses in economics. A solid background in calculus is essential for success in Econ 11. I have posted a Math Guide, which reviews the most important results from calculus that we will be using in this course. These results will be covered in the TA sections within the first two weeks, so that you should have a clear understanding of the requirements early on. Econ 11 has been designated as an impacted course. This means that you can only decide to drop the course during the first two weeks. 4. Textbook and Course Material The main textbook for this course is “Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Exten- sions”, by Walter Nicholson and Christopher Snyder (10th ed). I am happy for people to use 1
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