Expands on the assumptions of rational decision-making used in intermediate microeconomics and develops more complicated, more realistic models which address uncertainty, intertemporal choices, strategic interactions, social preferences and considerations of what is fair.

Minimum grade of C- in ECON326; and 1 course with a minimum grade of C- from (ECON321, STAT400). Restriction: Must be in Economics Bachelor of Science program.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular, Pass-Fail, Audit

Course Offerings

    Fall 2017Instructor: Erkut Ozbay
    Fall 2016Instructor: Erkut Ozbay