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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Economics (ECON)
ECON
2103
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
Intermed Micro: Mathematical
Fall 2017
3
Course Type
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
ECON 1011 and ECON 1012 OR HONR 2043 and HONR 2044; MATH 1221 or MATH 1231 or MATH 1252
Corequisites

30

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
ECON 2101 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
No
Fee Type


No


Analysis of household economic behavior, including derivation of demand functions, and of firm behavior, including derivation of supply frameworks; demand and supply interaction under various market structures and in factor markets; reliance on constrained and unconstrained optimization techniques when analyzing household and firm behavior. Corequisite: MATH 1232. Recommended for students pursuing the BS degree in economics.
In examining advanced concepts that characterize microeconomics, we will learn to define and operationalize economic ideas, derive supply and demand, identify equilibrium prices and quantities, predict the impact of changes in the microeconomy, and apply those skills in a variety of markets. In learning to construct and analyze abstract models, we will learn to construct models from data and description, and apply those models for predictive purposes. In doing so, we will learn to abstract from "the real world," and isolate only the most essential factors and relationships from confounding information, thus improving our ability to think critically.
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Course Attribute
CCAS - GCR:Social & Behavioral
ESIA-Intl Econ Conc (2010)
ESIA-Intl Econ Conc (Pre 2010)
SEAS - Soc. Science Electives
Please be aware that co-requisites cannot be enforced.
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