Advanced Micro Theory
Fall 2015 MW
Lecture 23: Static Games of Complete Information I
Goals
1. lay out parameters of games
2. define Nash equilibrium (after mixed strategy discussion, prove existence)
615 Exam 1 Review Material
1. (~25 min) You have the following information on a typical consumers demand for widgets.
Currently, the price of widgets is p0 = 20, and at that price the consumer demands
615 Exam 1 Review Material
1. (~25 min) You have the following information on a typical consumers demand for widgets.
Currently, the price of widgets is p0 = 20, and at that price the consumer demands
615 Exam 2 Review Material
1. A competitive firms restricted profit function is given by the formula
, ,
4
where p is the output price, the factor price of the variable input is w1, and z denotes the
615 am 2 Review Material
1. A competitive firms restricted profit function is given by the formula
, ,
4
where p is the output price, the factor price of the variable input is w1, and z denotes the fi
Extra Problems
1) An immigrant has well behaved preferences defined over his hours of leisure and (the
composite commodity represented by) his dollar income available to spend on consumer
goods and se
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Advanced Micro Theory
Fall 2015 MW
Students born 1990-94, in junior high/high school 2006-2012
Lecture 1: An Introduction
Goals:
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Introduce self
Give opening lecture
Go over syllabus
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Advanced Micro Theory
Fall 2015 MW
Lecture 13: Production & Technology
Goals:
1. Lay out technology side of firm & cost-maximization
2. Discuss parallels with prior consumer theory
Enough with consume