Ezra G. Goldstein

Assistant Research Professor at Pennsylvania State University

Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Undergraduate - Summer 2019

Student Evaluations - 4.73/5

Link to full course evaluations for Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Course Description:

The basic toolkit of the modern economist relies on micro-foundations. From macroeconomics to cutting-edge behavioral topics, the economist builds models that rigorously formulate their assumptions and provide testable predictions for how the world works. This class is designed to enhance your understanding of economics beyond the basic ideas presented in a principles course. We will explore the origins of the familiar models, discuss behavior under various market settings, and consider how policies affect decision-making.


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