Assessment Materials in Advanced Microeconomics
Detailed lecture notes, reading list, and assessment materials from a 2016 undergraduate/ graduate course applying microeconomic theory to analysis of public policy. "Topics include minimum wages and employment, food stamps and consumer welfare, economics of risk and safety regulation, the value of education, and gains from international trade."
Course page for an advanced undergraduate course in game theory, including lecture slides, handouts, a topic list, and an example exam.
Course page for a 2014 course based around Dixit and Susan Skeath's text Games of Strategy. Includes a 95-page PDF booklet of detailed lecture notes and problems, reading list for the 12-week course, and problem sets and tests with answers. This link goes to the Archive.org copy of the site.
PDF document with seven pages of text, equations and diagrams explaining GE theory, with four pages of exercises. From a Microeconomic Theory course taught in 2014. This link goes to the Wayback Machine's archived copy since the original site is offline.
This course page has lecture handouts, syllabus and a problem set from a master's level course delivered in 2009.
Syllabus, seven sets of detailed lecture notes, and problem sets, available as PDF document. Topics include Strategic Form Games and Nash Equilibrium, Rationalizability and Iterated Elimination of Dominated Actions, Bayesian Games and Correlated Equilibrium, Extensive Form Games with Perfect Information, Bargaining, Repeated Games, and Extensive Form Games with Imperfect and Incomplete Information. This link is to the Archive.org copy of the site.
This course web page has short-answer questions, past exams and some handouts for two courses in microeconomic theory. All files are in PDF format. This link is to Archive.org's copy of the site, dating from April 2005.
This course web page has problem sets (and solutions) and a handout on the "Derivation of Factor Price Frontier Expression for the Two-Sector Incidence Model"--all in .pdf. It supports a course on public sector microeconomics as taught by Alan J. Auerbach of University of California, Berkeley in 2004.