Intermediate Microeconomics II
This course concentrates on imperfectly competitive markets. Topics may include monopoly power and regulation, price discrimination and advertizing, oligopoly and monopolistic competition, game theory and strategic behaviour, factor markets and vertical integration, income distribution, inter-temporal choice and capital markets, uncertainty, asymmetric information, contracts and moral hazards, and externalities and public goods. Students cannot retain credit for both ECON 3106 and 2007. PREREQ: ECON 1006. (lec 3) cr 3.