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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Economics (ECON)
ECON
6301
Applied Microeconomic Theory
Applied Microeconomic Theory
Fall 2017
3
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Lecture
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Letter Grade
students in the MA in applied economics program
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ECON 6300
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The principal areas of microeconomic theory: consumer demand, decision making under uncertainty, production and costs, game theory, and product markets; both competitive and imperfectly competitive, factor markets, and market failures. Emphasis on the application of theory to microeconomic issues of interest to the private and public sectors, such as product pricing, market entry and deterrence, competition policy, tax policy, and environmental regulation.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Analyze and explain economic decision-making by consumers and producers. 2. Characterize equilibria in perfectly and imperfectly competitive markets. 3. Analyze and explain the effects of government policies on consumer/producer behavior and welfare, and on market equilibria.
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