Those lecture notes cover the basics of a course in microeconomic theory for MSc students in Economics. I developed them over five years of teaching MSc Economic Theory I in the School of Economics at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK.The programme of this course is in three parts; choice under uncertainty, game theory and incentive theory. The whole of the course can be covered in sixteen hours of teaching, along with eight hours of workshops, over eight weeks. The lectures differ from the standard fare in their emphasis on utility theory and its alternatives.
- Behavioral Economics, the Law, and the Regulators (freakonomics.blogs.nytimes.com)
- The Failure of General Equilibrium and Laissez-Faire Economics (peopleandplace.net)