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Syllabus

College of Management, National Chiao Tung University

Department/

Institute

Institute of Business and Management

Lecturer’s Name

Jin-Li Hu

Academic Term

 Fall, 2006 

Course Name (Chinese)

高等個體經濟學

No. of Students

 

Course Name (English)

Advanced Microeconomics

Course Code

IBM6106

Credits

3

Hours

3

Pre-requisite

Economics, calculus

Course Objective

This course provides basic trainings for Ph.D. students to prepare for academic research.  MBA students planning to take advanced courses in finance, decision sciences, operations management, international business studies, etc., are also encouraged to take this course.  Game theory and its applications will be emphasized

Course Outlines

(Chapter 7) Basic Elements of Noncooperative Games

(Chapter 8) Simultaneous-Move Games

(Chapter 9) Dynamic Games

(Chapter 10) Competitive Markets

(Chapter 11) Externality and Public Goods

(Chapter 12) Market Power

(Chapter 13) Adverse Selection, Signaling, and Screening

(Chapter 14) The Principal-Agent Problem

(Chapter 21) Social Choice Theory

(Chapter 22) Elements of Welfare Economics and Axiomatic Bargaining

(Chapter 23) Incentives and Mechanism Design

Prescribed Book(s)

Mas-Colell, A., M.D. Whinston, and J.R. Green (1995), Microeconomic Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Reference Book(s)

Watson, J. (2002), Strategy:  An Introduction to Game Theory, New York:  W.W. Norton & Company.

Grading

Classroom attendance and discussion (30%), Homework (30%), Midterm (20%), Final Exam (20%)

E-mail:  jinlihu@mail.nctu.edu.tw

URL:  http://jinlihu.tripod.com

This course will not be published on the NCTU and College of Management’s webpages.

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