Washington State University

School of Economic Sciences

Felix Munoz-Garcia - Teaching

 

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    Advanced Microeconomic Theory - I  (Ph.D. program),  EconS 501, Fall 2016

    1. Syllabus - EconS 501

    2. Click here for more class materials. 

    Advanced Microeconomic Theory - II  (Ph.D. program),  EconS 503, Spring 2016

    1. Syllabus - EconS 503

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    Strategy and Game Theory, EconS 424, Spring 2015

    1. Syllabus - EconS 424

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    Intermediate Microeconomic Theory with Calculus, EconS 301, Fall 2016

    1. Syllabus - EconS 301

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    Introduction to Microeconomics, EconS 101, Spring 2009

    1. Syllabus - EconS 101

    2. Click here for more class materials.

    Information about WSU Graduate program in Economics:

    1. Master degree in Applied Economics: Link.

    2. Ph.D. degree in Economics and Agricultural Economics: Link.

    Economics Club/Omicron-Delta-Epsilon website: Click here.

    1. Thinking about going to grad school for a Masters or Ph.D.?  Here are some thoughts: Link.

     

     
     

     

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