Welcome - Microeconomic Theory ECON 4420   Microeconomic Theory
In-depth study of outcomes of decision-making by agents, individually, collectively or as an interdependent system. Selects topics from: linear and non-linear optimization and applications to theory of consumers and firms, general equilibrium, game theory, alternative solution concepts, comparative statics, stability, welfare, market failures, collective choice, intertemporal economics, uncertainty.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 2200.03 (or ECON 2210.03 or ECON 2220.03), ECON 3700.03, MATH 1000.03 or equivalent, MATH 1010.03 with minimum grades of C