Course NA3005

Advanced Microeconomics - Graduate Level

7.5 Credits
Second Cycle

Main field of study: Economics, Microdata Analysis

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Learning outcomes for the course

After completing the course the students will:
- demonstrate good insight in the mathematics of optimization
- be able to use different optimization methods, such as profit maximization and cost minimization, - be able to interpret concepts such as duality and the envelope theorem.
- be able to use different functions, such as the indirect utility function, the expenditure function and the cost function.
- the first and second welfare theorem
- apply comparative static analysis
- be able to analyse situations and changes in an imperfect market.