**ECO444: Game Theory in Economic Applications**

This course will expose students to the techniques of game theory, the main analytical tool of modern microeconomics, and will apply those techniques to the analysis of a variety of strategic interactions in economic (and other social science) applications. Download ECO444 materials (Fall 2017).

**ECO533: Advanced Microeconomics**

An introduction to the mathematical approach to microeconomic theory. Topics include consumer and producer theory, general equilibrium and welfare theorems, decision making under uncertainty, and an introduction to agency.