Average Rating (from 1 Student)
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course builds on the introduction to microeconomics course and develops the main microeconomic topics and theories further using standard microeconomic models.
utility, consumer theory, theory of the firms, theories of the markets, models of monopoly and duopoly markets, perfect competition, introduction to public economics, and externalities.
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Advice for students:
Calculus knowledge is a must for this course.