concepts and the techniques of economic analysis rather than on the understand-
for those who are interested in pursuing careers or higher degrees in economics
There is no main book for this course.
You will hate this, but there is
no way out. There is no book which covers the material of the course with
draft of a book I am developing from the notes to this course is available on my
webpage. Also, handouts will be provided for each class.
The following books might be useful at times.
C. Simon and L. Blume,
Mathematics for Economists
, Norton, New York,
A. Schotter, Microeconomics: A Modern Approach, Addison Wesley Long-
man, New York, 2000.
H. Varian, Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach, Norton,
New York, 1999.
R.P. McAfee and T. Lewis,
Introduction to Economic Analysis
An Introduction to Game Theory
, Oxford University Press,
Fun and Games: A Text on Game Theory
, D. C. Heath and
Company, Lexington, MA, 1992.
H. Gintis, Game Theory Evolving, Princeton University Press, Princeton,
R.E. Wright and V. Quadrini,