Module Convenor: Prof Marco Manacorda
This module covers active research areas in pure and applied microeconomic theory, such as: experimental game theory, voting models, public goods and networks, and ambiguity aversion. In any particular year the topics covered are at the discretion of the convenor.
Advanced Topics in Microeconomics is optional for both MRes degrees (each candidate must select two of the four Advanced Topics modules), and registration is normally restricted to students on these programmes. Successful completion of the module will equip students to conduct publishable research in pure or applied microeconomic theory.
Assessment: 80.0% Examination, 20.0% Coursework