Department of Economics, University of Cambridge

Microeconomics | graduate (research) | 2018

This course covers the standard economic models of individual decision-making with and without uncertainty, models of consumer behaviour and producer behaviour under perfect competition and the Arrow-Debreu general equilibrium model. The course is divided into three parts: choice theory, choice under uncertainty, and general equilibrium.

Industrial Organisation | graduate | 2019

This course develops some of the central topics in the theory of industrial organisation. Although the main angle of analysis will be analytical, applications of the theory to practical competition policy issues will be emphasised. In particular, issues of market power, anticompetitive practices and possible policy responses will be discussed.

Quantitative Methods | undergraduate | 2018-2019

This course covers the essential mathematical concepts and techniques required for economics. It is divided into a mathematics and a statistics part. The mathematics part covers calculus and optimisation, linear algebra, and difference and differential equations. The statistics part covers descriptive statistics, probability and distribution theory, and estimation and inference.

Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Economics of Firms and Markets | undergraduate | 2017

The course shows how business economics may be used to explain and predict phenomena relating to markets and firms, and explores some of the possible uses of business economics in the analysis of management problems and in managerial decision-making. The course covers basic microeconomics and introduces macroeconomics.

Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Business Economics | undergraduate | 2017

The aims of the course are to introduce students to the use of economics to understand the operation and decisions of businesses, their industrial environment and the macroeconomy. Specific topics that are covered include consumer theory, theory of the firm and different market structures, game theory, and welfare economics.