INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY 1
This course develops a theory of the market economy from the perspective
of the consumer. (Its sequel, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 2,
extends the analysis to the theory of production and the perspective of
the supplier.) The course culminates in a discussion of general
equilibrium in an exchange economy and the first and second fundamental
theorems of welfare economics.
Prereq: Econ 1013/1023 with a grade of C- or better