ECN5402, Advanced Microeconomic Theory
Dr. Ali R. Moshtagh
2605 Coleman Hall
(217) 581 - 2916
OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 - 10:00 am MWF, 8:30 - 9:20 TR
A development of value and distribution theories. Detailed analysis of the reactions of consuming and producing units.
2. Choice and Demand:
3. Production and Supply:
4. Perfect Competition:
5. Models of Imperfect Competition:
6. Pricing in Input Markets:
Your grades will be based on the accumulated total of your scores on the following:
Mid-Term Exam 100 Points, Thursday, March 6, 2014
Final Exam 100 Points, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 2:45 - 4:45 pm
Term Paper 50 Points
Assignments 50 Points
Total 300 Points
No Exam grades will be eliminated. No Exams will be made up unless proper arrangements have been made prior to the scheduled Exam date.
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Reference and Text Book:
Walter Nicholson, MICROECONOMIC THEORY, BASIC PRINCIPLES AND EXTENSIONS, Eighth Edition, South-Western Thompson Learning, Inc., 2002.
YOU MUST BRING YOUR BOOKS TO CLASS. PLEASE!
SPECIAL DATES IN THE SPRING TERM 2014 CALENDAR
Classes Begin: January 13, 2014
M.L. King's Brithday Observance-No Classes: January 20
Last Day to Drop a Course With No Grade: January 27
W for Course Withdrawal Beings: January 28
Lincoln's Birthday Observance-No Classes: February 14
Mid Term: March 6
Spring Recess: March 10 - 14
Last Day to Withdraw from a Course or University with W: April 4
Final Examinations: May 5 - 9
Deadline to Return Books/TRS/No Fine 3 p.m. May 9