Analysis of economic decision-making by individuals and firms, the resulting market outcomes, and applications to real-world problems. Emphasis on analytical logic and theoretical rigor. Topics covered include consumer preferences and utility maximization, perfect competition and market power, uncertainty and risk, externalities, and asymmetric information.

Prerequisites/Rules:
Minimum grade of C- in ECON200, ECON201, and ECON300. MATH241 plus any statistics course can be used in place of ECON300. Restriction: Must be in Economics Bachelor of Science program. Credit Only Granted for: ECON306, ECON326, or AREC326
Credits: 4
Grading Method: Regular, Pass-Fail, Audit

Course Offerings

    Fall 2017Instructor: Ginger Jin
    Summer 2017 IIInstructor: Unlisted/TBD
    Spring 2017Instructor: Unlisted/TBD
    Winter 2016Instructor: Unlisted/TBD
    Fall 2016Instructor: Ethan Kaplan
    Summer 2016 IInstructor: Unlisted/TBD
    Spring 2016Instructor: Melissa KearneyView: Syllabus
    Fall 2015Instructor: Melissa KearneyView: Syllabus
    Fall 2015Instructor: Ethan KaplanView: Syllabus