|Kratica: MT||Opterećenje: 30(P)
|Nositelji: ||prof. dr. sc. Jasminka Šohinger
|Izvođači: ||doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Herceg
To enable students to review and advance their understanding of the methodological tools and procedures used in contemporary advanced microeconomic analysis and to use them in their own work. It is intended as an upper-division undergraduate course as it is taught on all leading universities in the world. It is particularly useful as a bridge between the undergraduate level Microeconomics and Microeconomic Analysis, which is a compulsory course in the Doctoral Study Program at our Faculty.
Math review: relations, functions, sets, techniques of unconstrained and constrained optimization, application of multivariable calculus to microeconomics. Theory: optimization in consumption and production theory, comparative statics, equilibrium analysis.
|Jezici na kojima se održava nastava: - - -
|1. ||Binger, Brian R., Elizabeth Hoffman.1998. Microeconomics with Calculus. 2nd Ed. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley
|2. ||Besanko, David, Ronald R. Braeutigam. 2002. Microeconomics: An Integrated Approach. New York: Wiley.
Gravelle, Hugh, Ray, Rees. 2004. Microeconomics. 3rd Ed., FT Prentice Hall.
Nicholson, Walter, Christopher, Snyder. 2008. Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions. 10th Ed., Thomson South-Western.
Silberberg, Eugene, Wing Suen. 2000. The Structure of Economics: A Mathematical Analysis. Boston: Irwin McGraw-Hill.
Simon, Carl P., Lawrence Blume. 1994. Mathematics for Economists. New York: W.W.Norton
Varian, Hal. 1999. Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach. London: W.W.Norton
Wetzstein, Michael E. 2005. Microeconomic Theory: Concepts & Connections. Thomson. South-Western.