Game Theory in Economics
ECON 5001 Analysis of behavior in strategic situations- when a person or firm's best action depends on what others do. Prereq: 4001.01 (501.01), 4001.02 (501.02), or 4001.03, and Math 1131 (132), 1151 (151 and 152), 1152 (153), 1161 (161 and 162), or ...
Microeconomic Theory IIA
ECON 8713 Rigorous introduction to game theoretic methods and concepts and their applications to study strategic interactions in economic organizations, including imperfectly competitive markets and economies with public goods and externalities. Prereq: 8 ...
Microeconomic Theory IIB
ECON 8714 A theoretical treatment of information economics and mechanism design; topics include implementation, dominant strategy mechanism, Bayesian mechanism design, adverse selection, moral hazard, social choice and auctions. Prereq: 8713, or equiv, an ...
ECON 8732 Generalized least squares; specification tests; generalized method of moments; endogenous regressors and simultaneous equation systems; panel data; nonlinear estimation; discrete and limited dependent variable models; and basic time-series analy ...
Microeconomic Theory IA
ECON 8711 Rigorous survey of the neoclassical paradigm dealing with individual economic agents, firms and markets; covers core concepts and methods such as equilibrium, optimality, duality, comparative statics and envelope theorems. Prereq: Grad standing ...
Microeconomic Theory IB
ECON 8712 Continuation and extension of Microeconomic Theory 1A to study competitive general equilibrium, optimality and welfare theorems; includes analysis of individual agents' behavior under uncertainty and markets subject to asymmetric informatio ...
ECON 8731 Probability; random variables; sampling distributions; limit theorems; point and interval estimation; statistical hypothesis testing; multiple regression analysis in the linear model including finite-sample and asymptotic statistical properties. ...
Exploring Agribusiness and Applied Economics
AEDECON 1100 Basic understanding of the global trends within agribusiness and applied economics, the diversity of career opportunities within the industry, planning for a career and opportunities for professional development. Undergraduate 0.5 AEDE-1100_S ...
AEDECON 6330 Calculus-based benefit-cost analysis theory and methods and their application to projects pertaining to public infrastructure, agriculture, the environment, natural resources, and human health. Prereq: Math 1131 (131) or 1151 (151). Graduate ...
Planning for the Future of Your Farm
OSU Extension, Fairfield County invites you to participate in “Planning for the Future of Your Farm” This workshop is designed to help farm families learn to successfully create a succession and estate plan that will help transfer farm ownership, managem ...