Tentative Syllabus for Econ401

Tentative Syllabus for Econ401 - 8 12 Mo, February 18 Part...

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Tentative Syllabus for Econ401 The topics on the syllabus are indicative. They should give you an idea about the kind of topics that we will cover. I will update the Syllabus during the semester, so that you always have an idea what is coming up. Also, I will step-by-step include more precise information as we go along. The up-to-date syllabus will be available on ctool s . Date Topic Part 1: Choices Chapters 1 Mo, January 7 Supply and Demand: 2 2 We, January 9 Supply and Demand: 2 3 Mo, January 14 Consumer Choice 3 4 We, January 16 Consumer Choice 3 5 We, January 23 Demand 4+5 6 Mo, January 28 Demand 4+5 7 We, January 30 Choice and Uncertainty 16 8 Mo, February 4 Choice and Uncertainty 16 9 We, February 6 Choice and Uncertainty / Review Thu, February 7, 8-10pm Midterm 1 10 Mo, February 11 Costs 6 + 7 11 We, February 13 Competitive Firms
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Unformatted text preview: 8 12 Mo, February 18 Part 2: Equilibrium Concepts General Equilibrium 9 13 We, February 20 General Equilibrium 17 14 Mo, March 3 General Equilibrium 10 15 We, March 5 General Equilibrium 10 16 Mo, March 10 General Equilibrium 10 17 We, March 12 General Equilibrium / Review Thu, March 13, 810pm Midterm 2 18 Mo, March 17 Game Theory, Bertrand Competition 14.2, 13.7 19 We, March 19 Game Theory, Cournot Competition 14.2, 13 20 Mo, March 24 Sequential Game, Stackelberg 14.3, 13 21 We, March 26 Sequential Game, Crime and Punishment 14.3 22 Mo, March 31 Asymmetric Information, Monopoly 14.4, 11 23 We, April 2 Asymmetric Information, Monopoly 12 24 Mo, April 7 Adverse Selection: Lemons Market 18 25 We, April 9 Adverse Selection: Insurance 18 26 Mo, April 14 Moral Hazard 19 Tue, April 22, 4-6pm Final...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course ECON 401 taught by Professor Burbidge,john during the Winter '08 term at Waterloo.

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