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syllabus - Syllabus for ECON2101 Micro Theory Fall 2009...

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Syllabus for ECON2101 Micro Theory Fall 2009 Instructor: Frances (Zhiyun) Xu Office: KK907 Office Tel: 2859-7037 Office Hour: 3pm –4:50pm Fri. or By Appointment Email: [email protected] Tutor: Grace Yu E-mail: [email protected] Office Tel: 2857 8308 Office: KK1109 Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs) By the end of the course, students should be able to: 1. Learn the theory of individual decision making. 2. Have a solid and rigorous understanding of some old concepts such as utility, demand, surplus, moral hazard, adverse selection, etc. from your Principal of Economics class. 3. Acquire the ability of using simple game theory to analyze economics situations. 4. Prepare for more specialized and advanced microeconomics classes later, such as Games and Industrial Organization. Reference Book Varian, 2005, “Intermediate Microeconomics: a Modern Approach”, 7ed, WW Norton & Company. (The book is highly recommended, but not required. We will go beyond this book for certain topics.) Prerequisite This course assumes that you have a working knowledge of basic calculus. You need to know how to find
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