PPM 506: Advanced Microeconomics for Policy Analysis

This course is available to Evans PhD students and to other students by permission from the instructor

Introduction to advanced economic theory. Covers core models in consumer theory, producer theory, and public economics. Topics include: consumer choice, the theory of the firm, choice under uncertainty, neoclassical and behavioral models of inter-temporal choice, basic game theory, externalities, public goods, and an introduction to welfare economics. Recommended: multivariate calculus; intermediate microeconomic theory.

Current and Past Course Instructors

  • David F. Layton

    Professor of Public Policy & Governance