Quote

"I would add one word for any student beginning economic study who may be discouraged by the severity of the effort which the study ... seems to require. The complicated analyses which economists endeavor to carry through are not mere gymnastics. They are instruments for the bettering of human life. The misery and squalor that surround us, the injurious luxury of some wealthy families, the terrible uncertainty overshadowing many families of the poorthese are evils too plain to be ignored. By the knowledge that our science seeks it is possible that [these evils] may be restrained ... To search for [that knowledge] is the task, to find it perhaps the prize, which the 'dismal science of Political Economy' offers to those who face its discipline."
Arthur C. Pigou (1928)

Lecture Notes and Problems

Part 1: Mathematical tools
Part 2: Consumers and demand
Part 3: Firms and competition
Part 4: General equilibrium and market power
Part 5: Further topics

Old Exams

Fall 2019
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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answer key.
 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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answer key.
 Exam 3 "Firms and Competition"
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 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2018
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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answer key.
 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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answer key.
 Exam 3 "Firms and Competition"
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answer key.
 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2017
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 "Firms and Competition"
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 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2016
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 "Firms and Competition"
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 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2015
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 "Firms and Competition"
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 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2014
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 "Producers and Competition"
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 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2013
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 "Firms and Competition"
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 Exam 4 "General Equilibrium and Market Power"
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 Final exam
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Fall 2012
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 “Firms and Competition”
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 Exam 4 “General Equilibrium and Market Power”
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 Final exam
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Fall 2011
 Exam 1 "Mathematical Tools"
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 Exam 2 "Consumers and Demand"
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 Exam 3 “Firms and Competition”
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 Exam 4 “General Equilibrium and Market Power”
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answer key.
 Final exam
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