Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Fall 2012

UCSC

Professor: Julie Gonzalez

Prerequisites:  Introduction to Micro and Macroeconomics Theory, Introduction to Statistics, and Introductory Calculus applied to economics part I & II

Grade Received: A


 

UCSC Class Description

“Covers major theoretical issues arising in the study of resource allocation, the function of markets, consumer behavior, and the determination of price, output, and profits in competitive, monopolistic, and oligopolistic market structures. Also considers issues of welfare and public policy.”

The Work I Did

In this class I learned about each market structure and how to calculated various outcome on a micro level. Using microeconomic concepts, equations were derived and applied to various situations. This class provided with a solid base to  do what the above course description states.

Here are some samples of work I did:

 

  • Sample hw set/exam question & answer
    Sample hw set/exam question & answer
    One I successfully completed
  • Sample hw set/exam question & answer
    Sample hw set/exam question & answer
    One I successfully completed
  • Sample hw set/exam question & answer
    Sample hw set/exam question & answer
    One I successfully completed