Syllabus ]

Economics 603: Microeconomic Analysis I (second-half), Fall 2005

Professor Peter Cramton

Section 0201: Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00 am to 12:15 pm, Tydings 1114
Section 0101: Tuesday and Thursday, 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm, Tydings 2111

Economics 603 is the first half of the Economics Department’s two-semester core sequence in Microeconomics. This course is taken by all first-year Economics Ph.D. students, as well as by quite a few Ph.D. students in Agricultural & Resource Economics, the Smith School of Business, and other academic departments. The first half of the semester treats consumer theory and the theory of the firm. The second half of the semester is an introduction to game theory and its applications in economics. The first half of this course will be taught by Professor Daniel R. Vincent. The second half will be taught by Professor Peter Cramton.


Course Materials

Slides Other
  1. Static Complete Information Games
  2. Dynamic Complete Information Games
  3. Static Games with Incomplete Information
  4. Dynamic Games with Incomplete Information
  5. Dynamic Games with Incomplete Information (cont.)
  6. Clock-Proxy Auction [Paper]
  1. Final 2003
  2. Final 2003 Answers
  3. Final 2004
  4. Final 2004 Answers
  5. Final 2005 is Thursday,
    December 15, 8–10 am, Tawes Hall 1154
  6. Final 2005 Answers
Problem Sets Problem Set Answers
  1. Problem Set 7 due Nov 1
  2. Problem Set 8 due Nov 8
  3. Problem Set 9 due Nov 15
  4. Problem Set 10 due Nov 22
  5. Problem Set 11 due Dec 6
  6. Problem Set 12 due Dec 13 (not handed in)
  1. Answers 7
  2. Answers 8
  3. Answers 9
  4. Answers 10
  5. Answers 11
  6. Answers 12