Microeconomics I 2400-PP1MI1a
1. Budget set
2. Preferences and utility functions
3. Consumer optimal choice
4. Demand and demand aggregation
5. Market equilibrium and government interventions
6. Technology and production functions
7. Cost functions
8. Producer optimal choice
9. Perfect competition and monopoly
10. Monopolistic competition and oligopoly
11. Game theory
12. Externalities, public goods and asymmetry of information
Type of course
Upon the course completion a student gains the practical and theoretical knowledge of analyzing economy (economies).
1. To pass the exam, students have to get at least 50% of points.
2. Exam will consist of multiple choice questions. Exam will be held online.
3. Students have to pass a tutorial classes in order to be admitted to take the exam. To pass the tutorial classes, students have to get at least 50% of all points possible to get during the tutorial classes.
4. Retake exam will have the same form as the exam in the first term.
5. Grading scale:
Points (%) Grade
Varian H.R., 2002, ''Intermediate Microeconomics. A Modern Approach", 6th ed., New York and London: W.W. Norton & Co. (or later editions)
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