JOHNSON GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT CORNELL UNIVERSITY
NRE 5030/Econ 6110 Game Theory and Applications/Microeconomic Theory III
Michael Waldman Winter/Spring 2012
(Tentative) COURSE SYLLABUS
Michael Waldman 323 Sage Hall (607) 255-8631, mw46@cornell.edu
ECON 6090 - Midterm Two 75 Minutes. THREE PAGES TO EXAM Comments before you start: If you believe a question is unclear, please state how you interpret the question. In proofs use formal mathematical language. You must show all work for partial credit to
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Producer Theory (Part 2)
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Welfare Metrics
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Monotone Comparative Statics for Models of Politics
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