ECON321

Microeconomic Analysis

15 points, 0.1250 EFTS

Occurrences

Description

This course follows on from the Intermediate Microeconomics sequence taught at stage 2. The primary focus is on applying fundamental mathematical tools and techniques for modelling standard microeconomics problems involving consumers, producers and markets. Techniques in both algebra and calculus will be used. The main objective is to show students how a selection of standard microeconomics problems can be modelled in terms of constrained optimisation, solving those problems, and above all, analysing the solutions.

Pre-requisites

1) ECON207 or ECON203; and 2) MATH102 or MATH199; and 3) 15 points from STAT RP: ECON208

Recommended Preparation