The two following textbooks can be useful references.
Jehle, G.A., Reny, P.J., 2011. Advanced Microeconomic Theory (3rd Edition), Pearson.
Mas-Colell, A., Whinston, M.D., Green, J.R., 1995. Microeconomic Theory, Oxford University Press
The aim of the course is to present the basic theory of monopoly, oligopoly and asymmetric information in a formally rigorous framework.
Basic Probability Theory, Calculus for functions of several variables. Content of the course of Microeconomics I.
Type of Assessment
Written examination (two hours and a half) followed by a short oral exam.
Game Theory: Repeated games.
Monopoly: Basic theory. Price discrimination. Regulation of a natural monopoly. Oligopoly: Cournot and Bertrand competition.
Asymmetric information and market failures. Adverse selection. Signalling. Screening. Principal- agent models with i) hidden action ii) hidden information. Applications of the principal-agent model.