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ECON 601. Microeconomic Theory I:

This is the first required microeconomic theory course for doctoral students, studying single agent decision-making by individuals, consumers, firms. Both ordinal and cardinal theories are developed. Students are expected to be comfortable with multi-variable calculus including optimization as well as to follow and replicate simple proofs involving basic algebra and logic. Students emerge desiring but as yet unable to scale ice cliffs with their bare hands.


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