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EEP 100 Spring 2010 J. Perloff Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Resources Course Control Number: 01218 Final Exam Group 2: MAY 10 1130-230P Jeffrey M. Perloff Office 328 Giannini Hall Professor of ARE Email jperloff@berkeley.edu Phone 510/642-9574 Faculty Hours TuTh: 3:30-4:30 and by appt. Patricia Cameron-Loyd Office 307 Giannini Hall ARE PhD Student Email pcameronloyd@berkeley.edu Fei Han Office 314 Giannini Hall GSIs ARE PhD Student Email feigsi@gmail.com Description This course provides training in microeconomic theory and uses the theory to analyze natural resource and other issues. Topics covered include consumer theory, production and cost, industrial organization, general equilibrium, public goods, and externalities. Many applications, particularly to agriculture, natural resources, business applications, and government policies are examined. Units Four (4) units unless you have already taken Econ 100A, Econ 101A, or Bus Adm 110 or 100, in which case you will receive credit for only two additional units. Prerequisites
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