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Fall 2017 - Microeconomics MScE (1st year master course):


A short summary of the course and grading policies are available here HEC course webpage.

For the class schedule check here seances du cours Advanced Microeconomics. Note that attendance is mandatory and part of your final course grade will be determined by class participation, in-class quizzes, and graded homework assignments.

A large part of the class is based on the following book:

G.A. Jehle & P.J. Reny, “Advanced Microeconomic Theory,” Third Edition, Prentice Hall, 2011, ISBN 978-0-273-73191-7, paper back edition.


The book can be either ordered at Librairie Basta (UNIL - L'Anthropole, 1015 Dorigny, Suisse +41 (0)21 691 39 37, basta78@bluewin.ch) or via the internet \ another bookstore.

The teaching assistants for the course are Gema Lax Martínez and Annabelle Marxen. You can contact them (and of course me as well) if you have questions about the course. I am always available for quick questions in the course break and right after class as well. For office hour appointments, please contact Gema and Annabelle first.

Finally, students enrolled in this course can find further information and course documents on site moodle pour Microeconomics. If you sign up for this page, you can get all the up to date information about the course and we can contact you easily via e-mail if we have to make important course annoucnements (the password to register will be announced in class).

Further information will be announced in class or on the moodle page during the semester.


 

Fall 2017 - Microeconomics II (3rd year bachelor course):


A short summary of the course and attendance/grading policies are available here HEC course webpage.

For the class schedule check here seances du cours Microeconomics II.

A large part of the class is based on the following two books:

H. Moulin, “Fair Division and Collective Welfare,” MIT Press, 2004, ISBN 0-262-13423-3, paper back edition.
(You can download the pdf file of Chapter 1 at the link above).
There is a Google book page for Moulin's book as well here.

H.P. Young, “Equity: In Theory and Practice,” Princeton University Press, 1994, ISBN 0-691-04464-3, paperback edition.
There is a Google book page for Young's book as well here.


Both books can be either ordered at Librairie Basta (UNIL - L'Anthropole, 1015 Dorigny, Suisse +41 (0)21 691 39 37, basta78@bluewin.ch) or via the internet \ another bookstore.

The teaching assistants for the course is Panos Protopapas. You can contact him (and of course me as well) if you have questions about the course. I am always available for quick questions in the course break and right after class as well. For office hour appointments, please contact Panos Protopapas.

Finally, students enrolled in this course can find further information and course documents on site moodle pour Microeconomie II. If you sign up for this page, you can get all the up to date information about the course and we can contact you easily via e-mail if we have to make important course annoucnements (the password to register will be announced in class).

The dates to hand in the voluntary and graded homeworks will be announced in class and on the moodle webpage.


Spring 2016 - Game Theory (1st year master course, also covering market design):


A short summary of the course and attendance/grading policies is available at HEC course webpage.

For the class schedule check here seances du cours Game Theory.

Your teaching assistant is Jan Christoph Schlegel. You can contact him (and of course me as well) if you have questions about the course.

Finally, students enrolled in this course can find further and important information and course documents on site moodle pour Game Theory 2016. If you sign up for this page, you can get all the up to date information about the course and we can contact you easily via e-mail if we have to make important course announcements.