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Goals: To deepen students’ understanding of microeconomic theory, building on the foundation they received in Microeconomic Analysis. Students will learn how to express, analyze, and interpret models of individual behavior using graphical, algebraic and calculus-based methods. Content: This course will examine theories of consumer and producer behavior in a variety of economic contexts. Optimization techniques, graphical analysis, and game theory methodology will be used to explore allocation decisions made inside households, firms or governmental units. Prerequisites: ECON 1310, ECON 1320, ECON 1330 or PSY 1340 or MATH 1200, and MATH 1170, or consent of the instructor.
Bosley, Stacie, "ECON3110-01.Intermediate Microeconomics.F13.Bosley,Stacie" (2013). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 196.