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Teoria Microeconômica I (2019)

  • Professor: Paulo Klinger(<paulo.klinger AT fgv DOT br>)

  • Monitor: Alessandro Rivello (<alessandro.rivello AT hotmail DOT com>)

  • Horários:
    • Aulas: Segundas e quartas, 9:00 - 11:00, Auditório 2

    • Monitorias: Segundas, 15:30 - 17:30, Auditório 1

Ementa

Este é o primeiro curso da sequência de microeconomia. O curso abrange teoria do consumidor, teoria da produção, mercados com competição imperfeita, equilíbrio parcial e medidas de bem-estar.

Listas de Exercícios

Provas Anteriores

Material Complementar

Referências Bibliográficas

Principal:

  • Geoffrey Jehle and Philip Reny (2011). Advanced Microeconomic Theory. Prentice Hall.

Secundárias:

  • Andreu Mas-Colell, Michael Whinston and Jerry Green (1995). Microeconomic Theory, Oxford University Press.

  • Hal Varian (1992). Microeoconomic Analysis. New York. W.W. Norton & Company.

  • David M. Kreps (2013). Microeconomic Foundations I: Choice and Competitive Markets. Princeton University Press.

  • Efe Ok (2007). Real Analysis with Economic Applications. Princeton University Press.


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