Classes

Economics 380: Intermediate Microeconomics I

Producer, consumer, and equilibrium theories; mathematical techniques of unconstrained and constrained optimization introduced and applied extensively

Economics 382: Intermediate Microeconomics II

Welfare theory, imperfect information, imperfect competition, uncertainty, externalities, and public goods.

Economics 488: Applied Econometrics

Readings from various topics in econometrics.​

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