Microeconomics I

ECON
202
Instructors
Bakhtin, M. (TA)
Segal, I. (PI)
Bernheim, B. (PI)
Section Number
1
(Non-Economics graduate students register for 202N.) Open to advanced undergraduates with consent of instructors. Theory of the consumer and the implications of constrained maximization; uses of indirect utility and expenditure functions; theory of the producer, profit maximization, and cost minimization; monotone comparative statics; behavior under uncertainty; partial equilibrium analysis and introduction to models of general equilibrium. Limited enrollment. Prerequisite: thorough understanding of the elements of multivariate calculus and linear algebra.
Grading
Letter or Credit/No Credit
Units
2-5
Graduate
Course Tags
Advanced Policy Analysis
Academic Year
Quarter
Autumn
Section Days
Monday Wednesday
Start Time
1:30 PM
End Time
3:30 PM
Location
Econ 140