SemesterSpring Semester, 2020
DepartmentPhD Program of Economics, First Year
Course NameMicroeconomic Theory(Ⅳ)
InstructorCHIANG PIIN-HUEIH
Credit3.0
Course TypeRequired
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule

Course Outline:




  1. Choice Under Uncertainty (4 weeks)

  2. Game Theory (11 weeks): including NE, SPE, BNE, PBE, signaling games, auctions


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

N/A


Requirement/Grading

Assessment: The grade will be based on problem sets (15%), a midterm (35%) and a final (50%).




  • Problem sets:15%



The problem sets are important, indispensable part of the course; you should spend considerable time and effort on them. I strongly encourage you to work on the problem sets in study groups. However, before meeting with your group you should have attempted each question - study groups work best when they facilitate learning from each other, not when they are used simply to permit division of labor. Problems will be randomly assigned to students to lead discussions in class. Your problem set grade is based on how complete you completed the question and how well you lead the discussion. Discussions are in English.




  • Midterm (30%): Date 2019/03/23.

  • Final Exam (50%): Date 2019/06/15


Textbook & Reference

References:



Microeconomic Theory by MasColell, A., Whinston, M., and Green, J., Oxford University Press, New York, 1995.



A Course in Microeconomic Theory by David Kreps, Princeton University Press, 1990.


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