Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
This course follows Econ 101 in the microeconomics core sequence. Analysis
focuses on individual households and firms as well as on market
structure. Emphasis on application of theoretical methodology.
ECONOMICS 222: Games
OFFERED FALL 2004
introduces basic concepts and insights of game theory as tools for understanding
in which strategic decisions are made. Emphasis on applications
rather than formal theory; extensive use of "real world" examples
and in-class experiments.
This is a course in applied microeconomics. Topics include
analysis of imperfectly competitive markets, strategic behavior of firms, and
antitrust policy attempts to improve
ECONOMICS 314: International
This course covers the theoretical analysis of international
trade. Topics include models of comparative advantage, gains
from trade, the role
of scale economics, and strategic trade policy.