– The economic approach to consumer behavior: Preferences, utility Functions, revealed preference
– Demand analysis: Classical demand theory, Demand aggregation
– Production and Producer theory: Supply of products, Factors of production, Monopoly Pricing, Competitive Producer Theory and Comparative Statics
– Non-linear programming
– Partial Equilibrium Competitive Markets: Competitive Equilibrium
– The Walrasian model of general equilibrium

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