syllabus_micro_spring_2011

syllabus_micro_spring_2011 - V31.0010 Intermediate...

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V31.0010 - Intermediate Microeconomics Spring 2011 Instructor : Ahu Gemici, 19 W.4 th St., Room 815 Email : [email protected] Office Hours : Wednesday 12:30pm-2:30pm COURSE DESCRIPTION The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to microeconomic concepts and tools by using mathematical and analytical techniques. This class will provide the students with an analytical framework for solving microeconomic problems. Some of the topics that will be covered include consumer theory, theory of the firm, market structures, game theory and strategic behavior, and general equilibrium analysis. PREREQUISITES Economic Principles II (V31.0002 or C30.0001) and Calculus I (V63.0121) . ATTENDANCE Students are required to attend every class. I will digress from the textbook quite often. In the midterms and the final exam, you will be tested on your textbook, lecture notes and the problems that I go over in the class. Therefore it is important that you attend the class and take notes. Each student is also required to attend one recitation class each week to review material and problem sets.
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