Economics | Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
E321 | 6537-11546 | Chang


P: E201 and MATH M119 or M211.

The economics of consumer choice. The economics of production, cost
minimization, and profit maximization for business firms in the short
run and long run under various market structures. Competition and
adjustment to market equilibrium. Introduction to game theory,
strategic interaction, and noncooperative equilibria. Credit given
for only one of E321 or S321.