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Economics 4010 - Intermediate Microeconomics (Fall 2015)


In this course we will be looking at microeconomic theory at a more detailed level, and from a business perspective. Topics that will be covered include consumer choice, theory of the firm, market structure, competitive general equilibrium, capital markets, uncertainty, asymmetric information and contracts. Optimization subject to constraints is used as the unifying concept. A complete syllabus can be downloaded here.
 

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