Intermediate Microeconomics

Economics 253

Usual Description

An introduction to the art of building mathematical models of the behavior of individual economic agents. Topics include models of consumers, producers, their interaction with each other in different market forms and strategic situations, and the welfare implications of economic outcomes in the presence and absence of markets.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Ron Cheung
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Jenny Hawkins
Economics 253 Taught by Ron Cheung
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253 Taught by Viplav Saini
Economics 253
Economics 253