MPP2021-511

Microeconomics 2

Christopher Balding, Le Thai Ha
Date: 02/03/2020 17:26; File size: 112,545 bytes
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Time
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Monday, 02/03/2020
08:30 - 10:00

Introduction and Decision Under Risk

Wednesday, 04/03/2020
08:30 - 10:00

Clemes, Michael D., Christopher Gan, and Junli Zhang. "An empirical analysis of online shopping adoption in Beijing, China." Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 21.3 (2014): 364-375.

Outreville, J. François. "Risk aversion, risk behavior, and demand for insurance: A survey." Journal of Insurance Issues (2014): 158-186.

Friday, 06/03/2020
08:30 - 10:00

TA Review Session

Rukmini Banerji, James Berry, and Marc Shotland
Date: 21/04/2020 16:44; File size: 325,938 bytes
Guojun He and Shaoda Wang
Date: 21/04/2020 16:41; File size: 284,204 bytes
Karthik Muralidharan and Nishith Prakash
Date: 21/04/2020 16:40; File size: 605,858 bytes
Sharon Barnhardt, Erica Field, Rohini Pande
Date: 21/04/2020 16:39; File size: 759,186 bytes
Monica Martinez-Bravo
Date: 21/04/2020 16:37; File size: 609,364 bytes
Ruben Enikolopov, Maria Petrova, and Konstantin Sonin
Date: 21/04/2020 16:36; File size: 1,862,032 bytes
Quy-Toan Do and Tung D. Phung
Date: 21/04/2020 16:35; File size: 2,019,781 bytes
Quoc-Anh Do, Kieu-Trang Nguyen, and Anh N. Tran
Date: 21/04/2020 16:33; File size: 1,252,098 bytes
Rema Hanna, Shing-Yi Wang
Date: 21/04/2020 16:31; File size: 935,337 bytes
Claudia Martínez A., Esteban Puentes, and Jaime Ruiz-Tagle
Date: 21/04/2020 16:30; File size: 551,256 bytes
Lucie Gadenne
Date: 21/04/2020 16:28; File size: 5,572,117 bytes
Vincent Somville, and Lore Vandewalle
Date: 21/04/2020 16:27; File size: 1,057,953 bytes
Paul Simshauser, Patrick Whish-Wilson
Date: 21/04/2020 16:26; File size: 957,967 bytes
Ambarish Chandra, and Mara Lederman
Date: 21/04/2020 16:23; File size: 820,391 bytes
Emmanuel Saez, Joel B. Slemrod, and Seth H. Giertz
Date: 21/04/2020 16:20; File size: 501,421 bytes
Steffen Ratzel
Date: 21/04/2020 16:18; File size: 618,295 bytes
Chris M. Herbsta, Erdal Tekin
Date: 21/04/2020 16:17; File size: 375,426 bytes
Bob Baulch, Do Thuy Duong, Thai-Ha Le
Date: 21/04/2020 16:15; File size: 761,286 bytes
Frank Jotzo
Date: 21/04/2020 16:12; File size: 220,832 bytes
Peter A. Petri, Michael G. Plummer and Fan Zhai
Date: 21/04/2020 16:10; File size: 152,115 bytes
Mikhail Golosov, John Hassler, Per Krusell, và Aleh Tsyvinski
Date: 21/04/2020 16:05; File size: 425,931 bytes
J. François Outreville
Date: 21/04/2020 16:02; File size: 173,882 bytes
Michael D. Clemes, Christopher Gan, Junli Zhang
Date: 21/04/2020 16:01; File size: 424,350 bytes
Christopher Balding
Date: 23/04/2020 11:34; File size: 964,719 bytes
Le Thai Ha
Date: 23/04/2020 11:21; File size: 1,887,240 bytes
Le Thai Ha
Date: 23/04/2020 11:17; File size: 1,952,730 bytes
Le Thai Ha
Date: 23/04/2020 11:14; File size: 1,289,964 bytes
Le Thai Ha
Date: 23/04/2020 11:11; File size: 1,313,360 bytes
Le Thai Ha
Date: 23/04/2020 11:04; File size: 1,107,505 bytes

1. Students will be exposed to and expected to have the ability to perform a variety of types of microeconomic analysis and utilize different methodologies in different settings.

2. Provide you the tools, skills, and back ground to perform international standard microeconomic analysis across a variety of public policy topical areas.

3. Improve critical thinking and creative problem solving skills to be able to analyze research problems in the work place and arrive at well reasoned solutions to problems.

4. To comprehend and be able to apply foundations of public policy and management in the Vietnamese context.

5. To comprehend and be able to apply principles of market economy to a transition economy like Vietnam.

6. To contribute effectively to the public policy reform in Vietnam.

7. To contribute to knowledge about developing and transition countries.