ECON201-01A Microeconomic Theory (with Jonathan Millman)
Analysis of consumer and firm behavior, and of the determination of prices and quantities in both product and factor markets. Equilibrium of the household, the firm, and the industry. Implications of alternative market structures. A theoretically oriented course that builds on the less rigorous foundation provided in introductory economics courses.
Prerequisite(s): ECON 101 and Math 129 or Math 130 with a grade of B- or better or placement into Math 134, 135 or 140.
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