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Unformatted text preview: 220:341:02 Industrial Organization Fall 2011 TTH 6:10-7:30 pm. Frelinghuysen Hall B4, CAC Department of Economics Rutgers University Instructor: Cixiu Gao email: email@example.com Office: 410 New Jersey Hall Office Hours: Tuesdays, 4pm - 6pm, or by appointment Important Dates and Time First day of class: Thursday, September 1. No class: Thursday, September 8. Change in designation class day. No class: Thursday, November. 24. Thanksgiving recess. Last day of class: Tuesday, December 13. Final exam day: Tuesday, December 20, 8pm - 11pm. About the Course Industrial Organization (220:341:02) is a upper-level elective course. This course ex- amines the determinants and effects of industry structure. It introduces both theoretical concepts and some empirical research, focusing particularly on U.S. industries. Learning Outcomes On completion of this course, students are expected to: 1. solve basic market structure models of monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competi- tion; 2. use game theory to analyse strategies and outcomes of single-period and multiperiod games; 3. use simple econometric models to estimate consumer model and market structure;3....
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