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Microeconomic Theory 1 Choice Theory

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Microeconomic Theory 1 Choice Theory

Microeconomic Theory 1 Choice Theory

This note covers the following topics: A Representation Theorem for Utility Maximization, Failures of Utility Maximization, Consumer Choice, Risk and Uncertainty, Producer Theory.

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