Econ 520a. Advanced Microeconomic Theory: I

Day: 
Th
Day / time: 
Thursday 5:30-8:00
Course Type: 
Graduate
Course term: 
Fall
Instructor(s): 
Visiting Instructor(s): 
E. Shmaya
Location: 
Room 106, 28 Hillhouse

The first half of the course provides an introduction to the classical theory of choice and delves into nonstandard preference models, including preferences for commitment, preferences for the timing of resolution of uncertainty, reference dependent preferences and time-nonseparable preferences. The second half covers topics in game theory.

Semester offered: 
Fall