ECON 6020 - Microeconomics I3 credit hours
Core course in microeconomic theory for students pursuing an M.A. in Economics. First part develops the theory of consumer choice with extensions including the labor supply model, intertemporal choice, and choice under uncertainty. Second part models theory of the firm in both perfectly competitive and monopoly industry settings. Mathematical models used to derive theories; comfort with multivariate calculus and linear algebra essential.
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