The course has two main purposes. Firstly, it provides a deeper analysis of microeconomic problems than what the students have experienced in the foundation course in microeconomics. In particular, this applies to the analysis of markets and of efficiency. Secondly, a number of important ways of applying microeconomic theory such as capital markets, the labour market, economic organization and the effects of economic policies are discussed.
- Industry dynamics
- Markets and efficiency
- The capital market
- The labour market
- Taxes and public policy
- Economic organization: incentives and contracts
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