Intermediate Microecon Theory (ECON 211.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

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ECON 211 02 January 2018 Eric Howe
ECON 211 04 January 2018 Guidon Fenig Braverman
ECON 211 62 January 2018 Shelley Coggins
 
ECON 211 03 September 2017 Alfons Boving
ECON 211 05 September 2017 Guidon Fenig Braverman
ECON 211 07 September 2017 Mobinul Huq
ECON 211 61 September 2017 Shelley Coggins
 
ECON 211 03 May 2017 Alfons Boving
 
ECON 211 02 January 2017 Alfons Boving
ECON 211 04 January 2017 Hongbin Zhang
ECON 211 62 January 2017 Shelley Coggins
 
ECON 211 03 September 2016 Alfons Boving
ECON 211 05 September 2016 Guidon Fenig Braverman
ECON 211 07 September 2016 Mobinul Huq
ECON 211 61 September 2016 Shelley Coggins
 
ECON 211 03 May 2016
 
ECON 211 02 January 2016
ECON 211 04 January 2016
ECON 211 62 January 2016

Description

Presents the student with a formal analysis of demand, elasticity, cost, production, firm and market equilibrium, competition, monopoly, oligopoly, factor demand and prices, general market equilibrium, and welfare.

Prerequisite(s)

ECON 111.

Note

Students with credit for ECON 213 may not take this course for credit.

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