Advanced Microeconomics I
This course approaches microeconomic analysis at an advanced
level, presenting some formal techniques used in economic research as well as
critical perspectives and possible alternatives.
Topics may vary from year to year and include
decision theory, welfare economics, social choice and aggregation, general
equilibrium theory or game theory.
Adequate mathematical background, including thorough prior familiarity
with multivariate analysis, linear algebra and methods of abstract reasoning,
is assumed. Lab sessions will be arranged. Prerequisite: GECO 6190 or
permission of the instructor.