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This module provides students with a comprehensive knowledge of mathematical tools used in the analysis of economic problems. The importance of these methods is demonstrated by their application to a range of traditional economic problems, for example, utility and profit maximisation.
This module surveys many recent areas of development in microeconomics. An emphasis is placed on the economics of information and game theory. In addition, the module looks at the rapidly developing area of behavioural economics.