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ECOPOINT Classroom Course 2018



INR 34000.00

Course CodeA28VFB1
Duration18/06/2017 04:30 PM to 25/06/2018 04:30 PM

Program Manager

Mr Nishant Mehra

nishant@ecopoint.in

919999886629


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This course is offered By Knowledge Spark Consultancy Pvt Ltd

Course Objective

This Program will cater to the requirements of DSE, ISI, JNU, GIPE, MSE, Jamia and other institutes of national repute. Entire syllabus for Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematical Economics, Statistics and Econometrics would be covered in the fashion as expected in these entrance exams.

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Withdrawal is permitted but there will be no refund of payment.


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Chapter 1: Mathematics for Economics Part 1 (Convexity and Concavity)

1

Convex and Concave functions graphical intuition

2

Grpahical question for concavity and convexity

3

Simple numerical question to find concave convex

4

f(x) is concave if and only if -f(x) is concave

5

Three examples of Negative and Positive definiteness

6

Example of Hessian of the matrix and Concavity and convexity

7

Example 2 of Hessian of the matrix and Concavity and convexity

8

Two simple questions on convex and concave functions

9

Mathematical derivation of concave function

10

Definitions of concave and convex functions

11

f is convex iff -f is concave

12

Determining whether the function is strictly concave

13

Closed set is a convex set

14

Drawing an example of convex set

15

If A1 and A2 are two convex sets, then show that intersection of A1 and A2 is also convex.

16

Show that a linear function is both convex and concave

17

Suppose S is a concave function and f a non-decreasing and concave function. Define a function h by h(x) = f(S(x)) for all x. Show that h is concave

18

Assignment with solution

Chapter 2: Mathematics for Economics Part 2 (Lagrangean Method)

1

Lagrangian Multiplier example 1

2

Lagrangian Multiplier example 2

3

Lagrangian Multiplier example 3

4

Lagrangian Multiplier example 4

5

Lagrangian Multiplier example 5

6

Lagrangian Multiplier example 6

7

Assignment Solution

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Lagrangean (New)

9

Lagrangean (New)

10

Lagrangean (New)

11

Lagrangean (New)

12

Lagrangean (New)

13

Lagrangean (New)

14

Lagrangean (New)

15

Lagrangean (New)

Chapter 3: Choice and Demand Part 1 (Demand functions)

1

Demand function for cobb douglas utility function

2

Demand function for perfect complements

3

Demand function for perfect substitutes

4

Demand function for max{x,y}

5

Demand function for perfect substitutes in the ratio of 2 to 1

6

Demand function for kinky case 1

7

Demand function for kinky case 2 Part 1

8

Demand function for kinky case 2 Part 2

9

Study Note; Preferences And Utility

Chapter 4: Choice and Demand Part 2 (Axiomatic Approach to Preferences)

1

Definitions of strict pref relation and indifference relation

2

Axioms of Rationality

3

If R is transitive then P is transitive

4

If R is transitive then I is transitive

5

If R is complete and P and I are transitive then show that PI transitivity holds

6

If PI transitivity holds then I transitivity also holds

7

True or False

8

Simple Indifference Maps

9

Very simple IC question

10

Simple calculation of MRS

11

Monotonic Transformations example

12

Example of cyclical preferences

13

Simple example of min and max preferences

14

Assignment

15

Assignment Solution

Chapter 5: Choice and Demand Part 3 (Duality)

1

Cobb Douglas IUF

2

Cobb Douglas EF

3

Perfect Complements IUF

4

Perfect Complements EF

5

Perfect substitutes IUF

6

Perfect substitutes EF

7

Max function IUF

8

Max function EF

9

Assignment

10

Assignment Solution

11

Study note; Income And Substitution Effects

12

Study note : Demand Relationships among goods

13

Study Note: Market Demand & Elasticity

Chapter 6: Nicholson Chapter 3 Solutions

Chapter 7: Nicholson Chapter 4 Solutions

Chapter 8: Income and Substitution Effects

1

Slutsky SE and ME Cobb Douglas

2

Hicksian SE and ME Cobb Douglas

3

Slutsky SE and ME Perfect complements

4

Hicksian SE and ME Perfect complements

5

Slutsky SE and ME Perfect substitutes

6

Hicksian SE and ME Perfect substitutes

7

Slutsky SE and ME max function

8

Hicksian SE and ME max function

9

Assignment

10

Compensating Variation

11

Connection between compensated and uncompensated demand function

12

Study note; Income And Substitution Effects

Chapter 9: Revealed preference

1

Introduction to Revealed preference

2

Definition of revealed preference

3

Revealed preference graphical example 1

4

Revealed preference graphical example 2

5

Revealed preference graphical example 3

6

Revealed preference graphical example 4

7

Revealed preference graphical example 5

8

Revealed preference Numerical example

9

Definition of WARP Part 1

10

Definition of WARP Part 2

11

Assignment

12

Assignment Solution

13

Negativity of SE

Chapter 10: Nicholson Chapter 5 Solutions

Chapter 11: Nicholson Chapter 6 Solutions

Chapter 12: Work-Leisure

1

Standard labour choice model very easy

2

Simple questions on work leisure part 1

3

Simple questions on work leisure part 2

4

Work leisure model first order conditions

5

Work leisure model second order conditions

6

Effect of Non labor income on labor supply

7

Effect of hourly wage rate on labor supply

8

Assignment

9

Assignment Solution

10

Study Note: Work leisure

Chapter 13: Nicholson Chapter 16 Solutions

Chapter 14: Intertemporal Choice

1

Setting up of the model

2

Optimal Amount of consumption when r = delta

3

Optimal Amount of consumption when r is not equal to delta

4

Comparative Statics Optimal amount of first period consumption when first period income increases

5

Assignment

6

Altruism Model

Chapter 15: Nicholson Chapter 17 Solutions

Chapter 16: Uncertainty

1

Simple Ques 1

2

Simple Ques 2 Part 1

3

Simple Ques 2 Part 2

4

Simple Ques 2 Part 3

5

Example 1

6

Example 2

7

Example 3

8

Example 4

9

Example 5

10

Assignment

11

Assignment Solution

12

Uncertainty part 1

13

Uncertainty part 2

14

Uncertainty part 3

15

Study Note: Uncertainity

Chapter 17: Nicholson Chapter 7 Solutions

Chapter 18: Producer Theory

1

Production and cost part 1

2

production and cost part 2

Chapter 19: Nicholson Chapter 9 Solutions

Chapter 20: Nicholson Chapter 10 Solution

Chapter 21: Perfect Competition

1

Supply functions problems

2

Profit Maximization with taxes part 1

3

Profit Maximization with taxes part 2

4

Profit Maximization with taxes part 3

5

Market equilibrium part 1

6

Market equilibrium part 2

Chapter 22: Nicholson Chapter 11 Solutions

Chapter 23: Monopoly

1

Monopoly 1

2

Monopoly 2

3

Monopoly 3

4

Monopoly 4

5

Monopoly 5

6

Monopoly 6

7

Monopoly 8 (Advance)

8

Monopoly 9 part 1 (Advance)

9

Monopoly 9 part 2 (Advance)

Chapter 24: Nicholson Chapter 14 Solutions

Chapter 25: Oligopoly

1

Cournot Duopoly 1

2

Cournot Duopoly 2

3

Cournot Duopoly 3

4

Bertrand Duopoly 1

5

Bertrand Duopoly 2

6

Bertrand Duopoly 3

7

Product Differentiation : Advance

8

Tariff Part 1 : Advance

9

Non Uniform pricing : Advance

10

Peak load pricing : Advance

11

Entry Deterrance

12

Mergers

13

Collusion

Chapter 26: Nicholson Chapter 15 Solutions

Chapter 27: Introduction to Game Theory

1

Reading a game table

2

Simple game of collective maximization

3

Player copying the strategy of another player

4

Prisoner's dilemma

5

Contract as a way out of prisoner's dilemma

6

Strictly and weakly dominant strategies introduction

7

Iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategies example 1

8

Iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategies example 2

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Iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategies example 3

10

Iterated elimination of weakly dominated strategies example

11

Battle of sexes

12

Stag Hunt

13

Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium Example 1 Part 1

14

Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium Example 1 Part 2

15

Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium Example 2 Part 1

16

Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium Example 2 Part 2

17

Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium 3 X 3 game example 1

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Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium 3 X 3 game example 2

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Extensive Form game Example 1

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Extensive Form game Example 2

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Battle of sexes Extensive form game Part 1

22

Battle of sexes Extensive form game Part 2

23

Battle of sexes Extensive form game Part 3

24

Battle of sexes Extensive form game Subgame perfect Nash equilbrium Part 4

25

Bargaining game Backward Induction equilibrium Part 1

26

Backward Induction equilibrium example 2

27

Backward Induction equilibrium example 3

28

First Mover advantage Extensive form game

29

Second Mover advantage Extensive form game

30

Power of commitment and bargaining game

31

Games with Inperfect competition introduction

Chapter 28: Capital And Time

1

Study Note: Capital and Time


Mr Nishant Mehra
MA Economics in 2007 from Delhi School of Economics

Teaching at ECOPOINT

I will be teaching following courses at ECOPOINT

001 Microeconomics : Complete

002 Statistics : Shared with Vidhi. I will be taking up Hypothesis testing and Introduction to Econometrics

Assigned Subjects
  • Microeconomics (MIC)
  • Macroeconomics (MAC)
  • Live Class Recordings (LCR)

Ms Vidhi Pant
MA Economics in 2007 from Delhi School of Economics

Teaching at ECOPOINT

I will be teaching following courses at ECOPOINT

002 Mathematical Economics : Complete

004 Statistics : Shared with Nishant. I will be taking up Probability Theory and Probability Distributions

Assigned Subjects
  • Mathematical Economics (MAT)
  • Statistics (STAT)