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-1- Princeton University - Department of Economics Fall Term 2008 ECO 310 -- MICROECONOMIC THEORY: A MATHEMATICAL APPROACH Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am-12:20pm, Friend Center 101 Professor: Satoru Takahashi, 201 Fisher Hall, 8-7919, [email protected] Office Hours: Fridays 1-2pm Preceptors: Jean-Francois Kagy, [email protected] Precepts: TBA Office Hours: Fridays 9-10am Andrei Rachkov, [email protected] Precepts: TBA Office Hours: Thursdays 4:30-5:30pm Meixia Zhang, [email protected] Precepts: TBA Office Hours: Fridays 2-3pm Course web page on Princeton Blackboard: Please check regularly. COURSE DESCRIPTION This is a course in intermediate microeconomics, emphasizing the applications of calculus and linear algebra to the problems of decision-making by consumers and firms, and market interactions. TEXTBOOK Walter Nicholson and Christopher Snyder, Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions, tenth edition, 2008.
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-2- GRADING Course grades will be determined by combining grades on problem sets (30 percent), a midterm exam (20 percent) and the final exam (50 percent). There will be 8 problem sets; the
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