ECON 2100
Fall 2011
Midterm Exam
This is a closed book exam. Please read the entire exam before starting. You have 75 minutes to answer ALL
three questions. If the exam feels too long do not worry, ev
ECON 2100: Advanced microeconomic theory I
Midterm exam - suggested solutions
Prepared by David Klinowski
October 14, 2011
Question 1
Suppose denotes a consumers preferences over consumption bundles i
ECON 2100: Advanced microeconomic theory I
Midterm exam - suggested solutions
Prepared by David Klinowski
October 14, 2011
Question 1
Suppose denotes a consumers preferences over consumption bundles i
Revealed Preferences and Utility Functions
Lecture 2, 1 September
Econ 2100
Fall 2017
Outline
1
Weak Axiom of Revealed Preference
2
Equivalence between Axioms and Rationalizable Choices.
3
An Applicat
Preference and Utility
Econ 2100
Fall 2017
Lecture 3, 5 September
Problem Set 1 is due in Kellys mailbox by 5pm today
Outline
1
Existence of Utility Functions
2
Continuous Preferences
3
Debreus Repres
GARP and Afriats Theorem
Production
Econ 2100
Fall 2017
Lecture 8, September 21
Outline
1
Generalized Axiom of Revealed Preferences
2
Afriats Theorem
3
Production Sets and Production Functions
4
Prots
Monotone comparative statics
Finite Data and GARP
Econ 2100
Fall 2017
Lecture 7, September 19
Problem Set 3 is due in Kellys mailbox by 5pm today
Outline
1
Comparative Statics Without Calculus
2
Super
Producer Theory
Econ 2100
Fall 2015
Lecture 9, September 30
Outline
1
Properties of Supply and Prot
2
Hotelling and Shephard Lemmas
3
Cost Minimization
4
Aggregation
From Last Class
Denition
A product
Properties of Walrasian Demand
Econ 2100
Fall 2017
Lecture 5, September 12
Problem Set 2 is due in Kellys mailbox by 5pm today
Outline
1
Properties of Walrasian Demand
2
Indirect Utility Function
3
En
ECON2100
Luca Rigotti
2010 Final Exam
This is a closed book exam. Please read the entire exam before starting. You have 180
minutes to answer all SIX questions. If the exam feels too long do not worry
ECON 2100
Fall 2010
Midterm Exam
This is a closed book exam. Please read the entire exam before starting. You have 75
minutes to answer all three questions. If the exam feels too long do not worry, ev
Recitation 1
Econ 2100 MicroEconomics
Evan Piermont
August 30, 2012
Notation
BWOC - By way of contradiction
WLOG - Without loss of generality
() - Proves the if statement of a proposition
() - Proves
ECON 2100
Fall 2011
Midterm Exam
This is a closed book exam. Please read the entire exam before starting. You have 75 minutes to answer ALL
three questions. If the exam feels too long do not worry, ev
ECON 2100
Fall 2010
Midterm Exam
This is a closed book exam. Please read the entire exam before starting. You have 75
minutes to answer all three questions. If the exam feels too long do not worry, ev
Walrasian Demand
Econ 2100, Fall 2012
Lecture 5, 11 September
Outline
1
Walrasian Demand
2
Properties of Walrasian Demand
3
An Optimization Recipe
4
First and Second Order Conditions
Walrasian Demand
Properties of Utility Functions
Econ 2100, Fall 2012
Lecture 4, 6 September
Outline
1
Structural Properties of Utility Functions
1
2
3
Monotonicity
Convexity
Quasi-linearity
From Last Class
Utility Re
Econ 2100 Final Exam
Luca Rigotti
14 December 2011
Instructions.
This is a closed book exam. Please read the entire exam before starting. You have 180 minutes to answer all
FIVE questions. If the exam