Wirtschaftstheorie - Mikroökonomie

Der Kurs wird in folgenden Sprachen angeboten: Icon Landesfahne Englisch, English Flag

Diese Themen werden im Kurs behandelt:

  1. What is Economics? (rush hour blues...)
  2. How Economists Think. (actions speak louder than words)
  3. The geometry of Choice
  4. What would you give to get off a Desert Island?
  5. Bricks without clay: Production
  6. Ptolemaic Trade Theory
  7. Putting it All Together
  8. The Big Picture Halftime
  9. The Firm (Bosses, workers, …)
  10. Monopoly for fun and profit
  11. Hard Problems Game Theory, Strategic Behavior, and Oligopoly
  12. Time...
  13. ...and Chance.
  14. Who gets how much, why?
  15. Summing people up.
  16. What is Efficient?

Bild zum Thema Wirtschaftstheorie - MikroökonomieThis course gives students an overview of the microeconomics on the undergraduate/graduate level and is added as optional to the weekly lectures.

The literature comprises Friedmans’ “Hidden Order” and “Price Theory” which are based on a different idea of how economics should be taught - the idea that since answers are hard to remember and easy to look up, one should instead concentrate on learning ways of thinking. The books are complementary and have two central purposes. The first is to introduce students the economic way of thinking- understanding human behavior. The second central purpose of the book is to teach students the analytical core of economics as it now exists. One of the features of economics that distinguishes it from most of the other social sciences is that it has a set of well worked out and closely related ideas that underlie almost everything done in the field. That core is price theory- the analysis of why things cost what they do and of how prices function to coordinate economic activity.

In the course you will find the prepared lecture records (e-lectures) and exams examples for the intermediate and final examination, which gives you an opportunity to test your knowledge over the whole course material.

Vorteile in Überblick:

  • 12 E-Lectures
  • 15 Skripten mit Übungen
  • Online-Tests
  • Kontakt zu Tutor per Email und Forum
  • Zusätzliche Links zu Material für das Selbststudium