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ECO-4208 : Applied economics 4 : Public Economics

Niveau M1+M2

Discipline(s) Economie

ECTS 3.00

Période 2e semestre

Localisation Site Descartes

Année 2019-2020

 Public externe (ouverts aux auditeurs de cours)
 

Créneau
Lundi Après-midi
Mercredi Après-midi
Horaires du cours
Lundi 16/03/20 13H-16H; Mercredi 18/03/20 13H-16H; Lundi 23/03/20 13H-16H; Mercredi 25/03/20 13H-16H; Lundi 30/03/20 13H-16H; Mercredi 1/04/20 13H-16H; Lundi 6/04/20 13H-16H; Mercredi 8/04/20 13H-16H.
Objectif du cours

This course discusses when and how markets fail to produce efficient outcomes. The focus is on public goods, externalities, imperfect competition, and asymmetric information. We will explore the motives and mechanisms for government intervention to improve/restore efficiency when markets fail. We will also review issues and findings regarding collective decision-making.

A good understanding of microeconomic theory (as in Microeconomics L3 or similar). A good command of multivariate calculus is necessary.

Lecturers : Mathilde Godard & Jonathan Goupille-Lebret

Hindriks, J. and Myles, G. (2006) Intermediate Public Economics, The MIT Press.

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