Advanced Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

A.Y. 2018/2019
12
Max ECTS
80
Overall hours
SSD
SECS-P/01
Language
English
Learning objectives
Undefined
Expected learning outcomes
Undefined
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Third trimester
ATTENDING STUDENTS
Module Advanced Microeconomics
Course syllabus
Course Outline
(Book Chapter in brackets.)

0. Tools

1. Consumer Theory
1.1 Budget Constraint (Ch. 2)
1.2 Preferences and Utility (Chs. 3 and 4)
1.3 Utility Maximization (Chs. 5 and 6)
1.4 Substitution and Income Effect (Ch. 8)
1.5 Welfare Measurement (Ch. 14)

2. Theory of the Firm
2.1 Technology (Ch. 19)
2.2 Cost minimization (Ch. 21)
2.3 Cost curves (Ch. 22)
2.4 Profit Maximization (Ch. 20)
2.5 Firm supply (Ch. 23)
2.6 Industry Supply (Ch. 24)

3. Partial Equilibrium
3.1 Market Demand (Ch. 15)
3.2 Equilibrium (Ch. 16)
Module Advanced Macroeconomics
Course syllabus
PROGRAMME:


1. Dynamic Models of Investment (Chapter 2, B-B)

2. Growth in Dynamic General Equilibrium:

2.1. The basic facts of economic growth (Chapter 1, J-V)

2.2.The neoclassical growth models: Solow (1956), and Ramsey (1928) - Chapter 4, B-B

2.3. Empirical applications of neoclassical growth models (Chapter 3, J-V)

2.4. The economics of ideas (Chapter 4, J-V)

2.5. The engine of growth (Chapter 5, J-V)

2.6. Alternative theories of endogenous growth (Chapter 9, J-V)
NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS
Module Advanced Microeconomics
Course syllabus
Course Outline
(Book Chapter in brackets.)

0. Tools

1. Consumer Theory
1.1 Budget Constraint (Ch. 2)
1.2 Preferences and Utility (Chs. 3 and 4)
1.3 Utility Maximization (Chs. 5 and 6)
1.4 Substitution and Income Effect (Ch. 8)
1.5 Welfare Measurement (Ch. 14)

2. Theory of the Firm
2.1 Technology (Ch. 19)
2.2 Cost minimization (Ch. 21)
2.3 Cost curves (Ch. 22)
2.4 Profit Maximization (Ch. 20)
2.5 Firm supply (Ch. 23)
2.6 Industry Supply (Ch. 24)

3. Partial Equilibrium
3.1 Market Demand (Ch. 15)
3.2 Equilibrium (Ch. 16)
Module Advanced Macroeconomics
Course syllabus
PROGRAMME:


1. Dynamic Models of Investment (Chapter 2, B-B)

2. Growth in Dynamic General Equilibrium:

2.1. The basic facts of economic growth (Chapter 1, J-V)

2.2.The neoclassical growth models: Solow (1956), and Ramsey (1928) - Chapter 4, B-B

2.3. Empirical applications of neoclassical growth models (Chapter 3, J-V)

2.4. The economics of ideas (Chapter 4, J-V)

2.5. The engine of growth (Chapter 5, J-V)

2.6. Alternative theories of endogenous growth (Chapter 9, J-V)
Module Advanced Macroeconomics
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS - University credits: 6
Lessons: 40 hours
Professor: Bucci Alberto
Module Advanced Microeconomics
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS - University credits: 6
Lessons: 40 hours
Professor: Grembi Veronica