EIB E211: Microeconomics
The goal of this course is to equip students with the major analytical tools and concepts of microeconomics necessary in subsequent economics courses, in everyday life, and in the professional world. To this end, I put special emphasis on applications of economic theories to the fields of public policy, business cases, and pricing strategies. The topics include consumer theory, welfare economics, pricing, and game theory. Students are required to be concurrently enrolled in E210m, unless they have passed the Quantitative Reasoning equivalency exam.