- Assessment methods
- Learning objectives
- Teaching methods
Students are evaluated according to a written exam.
It is possible to take the exam in two partial exams , a partial exam and a final exam. Time to write each exam: 60 minutes. In this case, it is necessary to pass both exams.
Alternatively, students can choose to take a general exam at the end of the course. Time to write the general exam: 90 minutes.
The course Microeconomics II continues the course Microeconomics I. It presents the main concepts, tools, and theories for analyzing the decision making of economic agents, and their interaction through markets, both competitive and non-competitive. At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand the key features of economic decision making and the main problems concerning the functioning of markets.
The course addresses the following topics:
Intertemporal decision making.
Decision making under uncertainty.
Strategic decision making.
The theory of the firm: technology, costs and objectives.
The analysis of competitive markets: equilibrium, efficiency, intervention.
The analysis of non-competitive markets: monopoly.
B.D. Bernheim e M.D. Whinston, Microeconomia, third Italian edition edited by I. Moscati, MacGraw-Hill, Milano, 2016.
Slides and exercises provided by the instructors
Lectures (80 hours)
In-class exercises (24 hours)
Additional teaching materials can be found in the e-learning webspace of the course.