A CONCISE COURSEbergin j.
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Editore: Oxford University Press
Microeconomic Theory provides a detailed discussion of the subject matter appearing in graduate courses in microeconomic theory. The presentation is self-contained and provides key foundational insights on each topic covered. This book will be of use to graduate students of microeconomics and more generally to those who need a brief modern account of the various areas of microeconomic theory.
Microeconomics Theory: A Concise course covers a broad range of topics, and to some extent a lecture format is maintained throughout the book. the author provides a clear account of the main ideas in each area concisely, and in some depth of detail.
1: Decision Theory; 2: Preferences, Risk, and Stochastic Dominance; 3: Strategic Form Games; 4: Nash Equilibrium- Existence and Refinements; 5: Mechanism Design; 6: Auctions I: Independent Values; 7: Auctions II: Dependent Values; 8: Extensive Form Games; 9: Equilibrium in Extensive Game Forms; 10: Repeated Games; 11: Bargaining; 12: Information; 13: The Principal-Agent Problem; 14: Signaling; 15: Screening; 16: Common Knowledge; 17: Mechanism Design: Complete and Incomplete Information; 18: Cooperative Outcomes; 19: Large Games; 20: Evolution and Learning
Dimensioni: 246x171 mm.
Illustration Notes:numerous mathematical examples and line drawings
Pagine Arabe: 380