This is the last iteration of a 2nd year PhD course I taught at Princeton. This version is from Fall 2020. (in English).
This is a first year undergraduate course, taught at Universidad de Los Andes, Chile (Spring 2021). Materials for the course include slides and GeoGebra web apps (in Spanish).
The GeoGebra apps are intended to help students to visualize (in 2D and 3D) the consumers utility maximization problem, Income and Substitution effects, firm’s profit maximization and cost minimization, etc. It also provides visual intuition for multivariate calculus, like partial derivatives, gradient ascent, local optima and Kuhn Tucker conditions.
This is the first microeconomics course on the Masters in Economics at Universidad de Los Andes, Chile. It is based on a working paper version of a monograph, joint with Robert Townsend (MIT). It tries to integrate the topics of consumer optimization and profit maximization with the classical theory of General Equilibrium, serving as the main application of the decision theory concepts and results as we go over them. (in Spanish).
This is the last iteration of the Math Camp course I taught at Princeton for incoming PhD students (in English). It is also based on a Math Camp course I taught at Universidad de Montevideo for its Masters program, from 2008 to 2013. It also includes an older version of the set of notes in Spanish.
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