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Intermediate Microeconomics I

Theory of consumer choice; elements of production and cost; price and output determination in perfectly competitive markets. Course outlines for other sections of the course are available in the Past Outlines drop-down. Fall 2020: C01&C02 Lectures: asynchronous Tutorials: asynchronous Exams: mixed asynchronous and synchronous C03: Lectures: mixed asynchronous and synchronous Tutorials: no Exams: mixed asynchronous and synchronous

ECON 2Z03 (formerly 2G03/2X03)

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Zhen He

Assistant Professor

Maxim Ivanov

Associate Professor