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Columbia University Fall 2011 Department of Economics ECON W3211 Intermediate Microeconomics Professor: Seyhan Erden Arkonac, PhD [email protected] Office hours: Mon and Wed 4:10 5:10 pm Office: 1105A IAB Class meets on Monday, Wednesday at 2:40 3:55 pm at Hamilton Hall 717 Required Textbook: Perloff, Jeffrey M., Microeconomics Theory and Applications with Calculus (2 nd ed) Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Addison-Wesley, 2011 Recommended Textbooks: Varian, Hal R. Intermediate Microeconomics A Modern Approach, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2010 Nicholson, Walter and Christopher M. Snyder Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Applications, Cengage Learning, 2009 Teaching Assistant: Asher Hecht, [email protected] Takakazu Honryo, [email protected] Recitation and office hour times will be announced soon. There will be one Tuesday and one Friday recitation. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Economics W3211 introduces students to a detailed analysis of topics in microeconomics. Topics include the determination of the relative prices and quantities of goods and services as
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