**Advanced Microeconomic Theory (Q)**

This course examines the mathematical underpinnings of advanced economics. This includes proofs of the following: existence and uniqueness of competitive equilibrium in a variety of environments, first and second fundamental welfare theorems, existence of Nash equilibrium, and others. The focus of this class is primarily on the mathematical proofs. These proofs are essential components of any graduate program in economics. Students who wish to see pure math theorems applied to other fields may also be interested.

**lecture**

*Class Format:***problem sets, one midterm, class participation, and a final exam**

*Requirements/Evaluation:*

*Additional Info:*

*Additional Info2:***Mathematics 105 or equivalent, Economics 251**

*Prerequisites:***senior Economics majors**

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*Department Notes:*

*Material and Lab Fees:*

*Distribution Notes:***Division II,Quantitative and Formal Reasoning**

*Divisional Attributes:*

*Other Attributes:***19**

*Enrollment Limit:***19**

*Expected Enrollment:***1855**

*Class Number:*CLASSES | ATTR | INSTRUCTORS | TIMES | CLASS NUMBER |
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ECON475-01(F) LEC Advced Microeconomic Theory (Q) | Michael M. Rolleigh |
MR 2:35 PM-3:50 PM Physics 205 | 1855 |