ECON 308 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
An in depth study in microeconomic theory. This framework is fundamental to understanding an enormous range of phenomena in business, public policy, social behavior, and a variety of other fields. Microeconomic analysis relies on a small set of enormously powerful analytical tools: constrained optimization analysis, equilibrium analysis, and comparative statics analysis. This course attempts to help you master these tools by illustrating their use in many different contexts. Prerequisite(s): ECON 208 , ECON 209 , and either MATH 230 or MATH 215 .
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