EC4101



Microeconomic Analysis III

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a sound understanding of modern microeconomic theory. The first half of the course introduces the fundamental tools of microeconomic analysis. It covers consumer theory, firm theory, and general equilibrium. The second half consists of introduction to a number of topics which signify the recent development in microeconomics. These topics include decisions under uncertainty and asymmetric information, and non-cooperative game theory and its applications.

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