3 Credits

LectureSpring 2024
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Spring 2024 Instructors: Jacob Ricker-Gilbert

Provides students with the capability to apply microeconomic theory and econometrics to analyses of economic issues and problems. Students will work through applied producer/consumer problems to gain experience in the uses of econometric estimation. Topics include: primal-dual approaches, direct and indirect functions, flexible functional forms, static optimization, separability and aggregation, risk and expectations, dynamics and demographics. Examples are drawn from both consumer and producer applications. Prerequisite: AGEC 65100, ECON 60700. Typically offered Summer Fall.

Course AGEC 61900 from Purdue University - West Lafayette.

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