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Microeconomic Theory II

Topics include the theory of public goods and externalities, non-cooperative game theory and the economics of information such as adverse selection, moral hazard, and mechanism design. Applications can include bargaining, monopoly and oligopoly pricing, insurance and employment contracts, and auctions.

ECON 722

Microeconomic Theory II

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Topics include the theory of public goods and externalities, non-cooperative game theory and the economics of information such as adverse selection, moral hazard, and mechanism design. Applications can include bargaining, monopoly and oligopoly pricing, insurance and employment contracts, and auctions.


Maxim Ivanov

Associate Professor