Module Identifier EC30230  
Academic Year 2000/2001  
Co-ordinator Ms Susan Charles  
Semester Semester 1  
Pre-Requisite EC10120 , MA13610  
Mutually Exclusive EC31310 , EC31410  
Course delivery Lecture   22 Hours  
  Seminars / Tutorials   6 Hours  
Assessment Exam   3 Hours   70%  
  Course work     30%  

This module builds on the foundation provided in EC10120, extending and deepening your knowledge of concepts and techniques of neoclassical microeconomics. Our particular concern will be the analysis of rational consumer and producer choice under conditions of certainty and independence of action. Having gained a deeper understanding of the rational choice model in these basic conditions, you will then be in a position to proceed, in your third year, to the study of choice under uncertainty (in EC30610) and strategic choice under conditions of interdependence (in EC30110).

Learning outcomes
By the end of this module students should:

Module outline
The current year's module outline can be found via The School's website

Reading Lists
B C Eaton, D F Eaton and D W Allen. (1999) Microeconomics. 4th. Prentice Hall ISBN 013 911108 5
R A Devlin & N T Gallini. (2000) Problem Solving in Microeconomics. 4th. Prentice Hall ISBN 013 011019 1
M L Katz & H S Rosen. (1998) Microeconomics (International ed.). Irwin ISBN 007 115354 3