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EEP 100 Spring 2010 J. Perloff Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Resources Schedule (Subject to Change) Green refers to readings that are listed following the schedule Week Date Tu 1/19 Introduction ; Supply and Demand: Ch 2 1 Th 1/21 : Ch 2, Supply and Demand: Elasticities; Comparative Statics, Sales Taxes Tu 1/26 : Applications: Immigration ; A Consumer’s Constrained Choice : Ch 3, Preferences, Utility, Budget Constraint 2 Th 1/28 A Consumer’s Constrained Choice : Ch 3, Constrained Consumer Choice, Revealed Preferences Tu 2/2 A Consumer’s Constrained Choice : Behavioral Economics; Behavioral (Meat Market) ; Demand : Ch 4 3 Th 2/4 Demand : Ch 4; Tobacco Tax Tu 2/9 Consumer Welfare : Ch 5 4 Th 2/11 Consumer Welfare : Ch 5, Labor, Income Taxes Tu 2/16 Firms and Production : Ch 6; Costs : Ch 7 5 Th 2/18 Costs : Ch 7; Review Tu 2/23 First Midterm 6 Th 2/25 Competitive Firms and Markets : Ch 8; Shut-Down and Bankruptcy (GM) ; Jobs Tax Credit Tu 3/2 Properties and Applications of the Competitive Model: Ch 9; Discrimination; Trade 7 Th 3/4 General Equilibrium and Welfare: Ch 10; Efficiency, Welfare, and Redistribution Tu 3/9 Monopoly: Ch 11 8 Th 3/11 Monopoly: Ch 11; Intellectual Property Rights , Two-Sided Markets Tu 3/16 Pricing and Advertising: Ch 12 9 Th 3/18 Pricing and Advertising: Ch 12; Net Neutrality ; Game Theory: Ch 13-14 10 3/22-26 Spring Recess Tu 3/30 Game Theory: Ch 13-14; Review 11 Th 4/1 Second Midterm Tu 4/6 Game Theory, Oligopoly, and Monopolistic Competition: Ch 13-14; Auctions; Terror Game 12 Th 4/8 Factor Markets: Ch 15, Factor Markets, Discounting Tu 4/13 Factor Markets: Ch 15, Exhaustible Resources 13 Th 4/15 Uncertainty: Ch 16 Tu 4/20 Uncertainty: Ch 16, Medical Insurance ; Financial Crisis 14 Th 4/22 Externalities, Public Goods, Commons: Ch 17, Fisheries; Internet ; Spam Tu 4/27 Externalities: Ch 17 15 Th 4/29 Externalities: Global Warming 16 5/3-6 Reading Week – optional review session 17 Th 5/10 Final Exam 11:30-2:30 (Final Exam Group 2)
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2 Readings Immigration Martin, Philip, “Immigration Reform: What Does It Mean for Agriculture?” Agricultural and Resource Economics Update , 13(1), Sept/Oct 2009:1-4: www.agecon.ucdavis.edu/extension/update/articles/v13n1_1.pdf Tobacco Tax Adams, Michael (2009) “Preventing Children’s Tobacco Consumption,” The Economists’ Voice : Vol. 6: Iss. 6, Article 4, http://www.bepress.com/ev/vol6/iss6/art4 Behavioral Tabarrok, Alex, “The Meat Market,” Wall Street Journal , January 8, 2010,
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