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322.111 VU Applied Microeconomics

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Downloads

At this point you will find useful information about the course such as exercise sheets, etc. 

Slides

Exercise Sheet 1
Exercise Sheet 2
Solutions Exercise Sheets

General Information

Topics:

  • Game Theory
  • Asymmetric Information
  • Externalities and Public Goods

 

The lecture is based on chapters from the following textbooks:

  • Robert S. Pindyck / Daniel L. Rubinfeld (2003 or younger): Microeconomics, 5th or higher edition, Pearson Education.
  • Osborne M.J. (2004): An Introduction to Game Theory, Oxford University Press.
  • Gibbons, R. (1992): A Primer in Game Theory, Harvester Wheatsheaf, New York.

Online resources can be found here!

 

Grading:

3 Tests, in-class participation.
More than 50 points needed to pass the course!

 

Tests (planned):

  •  4 April (max 15 pts)
  •  Thur. 11 May; 8am; HS 15.04 (max 40 pts)
  •  Fri. 23 June; 1:15pm; HS 15.13 (max 45 pts)


Reading:

  • Gibbons, R. (1992): A Primer in Game Theory, Harvester Wheatsheaf, New York.
  • Osborne M.J. (2004): An Introduction to Game Theory, Oxford University Press.
  • Robert S. Pindyck / Daniel L. Rubinfeld (2003 or later): Microeconomics, 5th or higher edition, Pearson Education.
  • Nicholson, W. (2002 or later): Microeconomic Theory, 8th or higher edition, Thomson Learning.
  • Carmichael, F. (2005): A Guide to Game Theory, Prentice Hall.

Scores

SS 2017:

Test 1

Test 2

Test 3 and Final Results

(eventual points for active in-class participation have been added already! you can check your tests in my office hours on 3 July!)

 

Grading Scheme:

0      - 50  Points = 5
50,5 - 60   Points = 4
60,5 - 70   Points = 3
70,5 - 80   Points = 2
80,5 - 100 Points = 1

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