Microeconomic Analysis

Undergraduate course, Universidad del Rosario, Department of Economics, 2010

This course analyzes economic structures and actions from a choice and individual behavior perspective, using basic tools and concepts from microeconomic theory. It provides a different view of individual’s social dimensions and provides an overview of the main topics of microeconomics.

It gives students tools and basic concepts to understand individual behavior, including consumer and producer theory, competitive markets, economic efficiency and equity, general equilibrium and market failures.

Primary instructor. Course taught in Spanish.