Markets and Equilibrium
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The lectures for this subject are not recorded which is a real shame. This subject extends on the ideas and concepts taught in Microeconomics 2 (it's effectively Micro 3), and introduces some new topics such as search markets and auctions. If you enjoy theoretical microeconomics, then you will enjoy this subject. If you are more of a macroeconomic/finance student, then this subject will do little for you.
Anonymous, Term 2, 2019
It's like advanced microeconomics. Very mathematical based. Learn a few topics which are quite challenging to fully understand. However, practice tutorial homework helps a lot.