Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
IAS 206 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Prerequisites: Economics 1 or equivalent
Credit Restrictions: Students will receive no credit for 206 after taking Economics 100A, 101A, Undergraduate Business Administration 101A, Environmental Economics and Policy 100 or Business Administration 110.
Final Exam Group: None
Instructor: Sarah Reynolds
This course is designed as a comprehensive overview of intermediate microeconomic theory. It covers a number of topics including consumer and demand theory, firm, production, and cost theory, competitive market theory, imperfect competition, welfare economics, choice under uncertainity, and information. All analysis conducted in the course relies on graphical and algebraic techniques. Outside reading and discussion sections will demonstrate the applicability of the models covered in class to topics with an international dimension, such as the setting of tariffs, cartel behavior, and international trade.
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