ECON 203 - Microeconomic Theory I

Mikroekonominin advanced dersi olan Econ 203 dersinde Hocanın derste ödev olarak verdiği Study Sheetler üzerinden soruları çözüyor; gerekirse geçmiş yıl sınavlarının üzerinden geçiyoruz.  

 

 

Ders Tanıtımı:

This course is the first part of an intermediate level microecenomics sequence. Consumer theory, theory of the firm, and partial equilibrium theory are studied in depth. Applications of the partial equilibrium model to public finance and trade are also covered.

 

Haftalık Konular: 

  1. Utility and Choice

  2. Utility and Choice

  3. Demand Functions

  4. Demand Functions

  5. Demand Functions

  6. Production; Costs; Profit Maximization

  7. Production; Costs; Profit Maximization

  8. Production; Costs; Profit Maximization

  9. Production; Costs; Profit Maximization

  10. Consumer and Producer Surplus; Social Welfare

  11. Consumer and Producer Surplus; Social Welfare

  12. Partial Equilibrium Competitive Model

  13. Partial Equilibrium Competitive Model

  14. Edgeworth Box Economies and the General Equilibrium

ECON 204 - Microeconomic Theory II

Mikroekonominin advanced dersi olan Econ 204 dersinde Hocanın derste ödev olarak verdiği Study Sheetler üzerinden soruları çözüyor; gerekirse geçmiş yıl sınavlarının üzerinden geçiyoruz.  

 

 

Ders Tanıtımı:

This course is the second part of on intermediate level microeconomics sequence. Topics covered are: general equilibrium, welfare economics, monopoly, imperfect competition, externalities and public goods, uncertainty and information, and game theory.  

 

Haftalık Konular: 

  1. Pure Exchange Economy, General Equilibrium.

  2. Pareto Efficiency, First and Second Welfare Theorems.

  3. Social Choice Theory, Arrow's Impossibility Theorem.

  4. Choice under risk.

  5. Monopoly, Welfare Consequences, Price Discrimination.

  6. Game Theory, Normal Form Games, Pure Strategy Nash Equilibrium.

  7. Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibrium, Dominant Strategies.

  8. Imperfect Competition Models (Bertrand Competition, Cournot Competition, Stackelberg Competition).

  9. Auction Theory, First and Second Price Auctions.

  10. Matching Theory, Stability, Gale-Shapley Algorithm.

  11. Extensive Form Games, Backward Induction, Subgame Perfection.

  12. Repeated Games.

  13. Asymmetric Information, Moral Hazard, Adverse Selection.

  14. Spence Education model, Akerlof's markets for lemons.

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