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ECON 465  ADVANCED MICROECONOMIC THEORY

Neoclassical and non-neoclassical analysis of the microfoundations of aggregate economic activity with applications to distribution and fairness, growth and innovation, regulation, industrial policy, theories of the firm, of consumer behavior, and class conflict.

Credits:  3

Prerequisites:

  • ECON 423 (with a min grade of B-)
  • AND  ECON 463 (with a min grade of B-)
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