This tutorial follows the PSME Microeconomics course taught by Prof. Secchi. Class attendence is mandatory and preparing the problem sets in advance is highly recommended. Problem sets will be online at least one week before the class and solutions will be available after the classes.

- Microeconomic Analysis, H. Varian (1992,..)
- Advanced Microeconomic Theory, G. Jehle and P. Reny (2011,..)
- Mathematics for Economists, C. P. Simon and L. Blume (1994)
- MIT OpenCourseWare: Beginner Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Advanced Microeconomics

- 1. Week: Basic Concepts in Microeconomics (September 17th/19th, 2013)
- 2. Week: Math Review (September 24th/26th, 2013)
- Problem set 2
- Solutions 2
- "You, the Kuhn-Tucker Conditions, and You" — by Nolan H. Miller (University of Illinois)
- 3. Week: Consumer Theory – Introduction (October 1st/3rd, 2013)
- 4. and 5. Week: Consumer Theory – Duality (October 8th/10th and 15th/17th, 2013)
- 6. Week: Expected Utility and Uncertainty (October 22nd/24th, 2013)
- 7. Week: Review (November 5th and 7th, 2013)
- 8. and 9. Week: Production Theory (November 12th/14th and 19th/21st, 2013)
- 10. Week: General Equilibrium (November 26th/28th, 2013)
- 11. and 12. Week: Game Theory (December 3rd/5th and December 10th/12th, 2013)

Tutorial taught and website maintained by Julian Hinz.