Applied Microeconomics

Instructor: Amit Goyal, Owner of Econ School and Economics Entrance

In this course, students will build on the concepts introduced in the Foundations Course in Microeconomics, and will learn:

  • How firms decide what to produce and how much to produce
  • How consumers and firms meet and interact in different kinds of markets: competitive, monopolistic, duopolistic and oligopolistic
  • How some of those interactions can be usefully modeled using the techniques of game theory
  • Real-world examples of market failure and policies that attempt to restore markets to their proper functioning

 

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