課程名稱 
個體經濟學一 MICROECONOMICS(Ⅰ) 
開課學期 
951 
授課對象 
經濟學系 
授課教師 
袁國芝 
課號 
ECON2001 
課程識別碼 
303 22010 
班次 
06 
學分 
3 
全/半年 
半年 
必/選修 
必修 
上課時間 
星期四2,3,4(9:10~12:10) 
上課地點 
社法15 
備註 
總人數上限：100人 
Ceiba 課程網頁 
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/951micro 
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課程概述 
Prerequisites:
Principles of Economics; Introduction to Calculus
Course Description:
This course studies some of the fundamental concepts and methods in economics.
It equips students with the basic tools and methods of analysis used in
economic reasoning.
Semester 1: Supply and demand; Elasticities; Preferences and utility; Budget
constraints; Consumer choice, revealed preference; Individual and market
demand; Income and substitution effects; Consumer surplus and price indices;
Consumer choice with endowments; Labour supply; Intertemporal choice; Choice
under uncertainty; Exchange equilibrium; Technology and production functions;
Cost functions, conditional factor demands, cost curves; Profit maximization
and factor demands; Competitive markets, short and long run behavior. 
課程目標 
Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to understand the basic
modelbuilding methodology of microeconomics and should have conducted some
original modelbuilding of simple microeconomic problems. Relatedly, students
should be able to conceptualize simple microeconomic issues and understand the
analytical reasoning underlying microeconomic analysis. By the end of the
course, students should understand the topics covered on several different
levels: mathematical as well as graphical and verbal. They should be aware of
and understand the central concepts used in the area of microeconomic theory
which are expressed in standard mathematical terms, and be able to solve and
interpret problems based on microeconomic models at a level of difficulty
appropriate for an economics undergraduate student. Also they should be able
to use microeconomic concepts and methods to analyze and interpret some of
realworld microeconomic phenomena and to assess issues of microeconomic
policy. All of their analyses and appraisals should be should be expressed in
written form clearly. 
課程要求 
Lectures, Exams, Homework and Grades:
The course evaluation at the first semester will be several sets of homework
and two written examinations. Grades received in homework assignments will
make up 10% of the final course grade. Collaborative work on homework
assignments is permitted. However, Students are advised to work independently
in a significant portion of their assignments. Homework extensions will not be
given. There will be two written exams:（a）Midterm Exam (16th Nov 2006): The
grade in the midterm exam will make up 40% of the final course grade.（b）
Final Exam (11th Jan 2007): The grade in the final exam will make up 50% of
the final course grade. The possibly highest grade will be 95. Any grade over
95 will be marked by 95. 
預期每週課後學習時數 

Office Hours 
另約時間 備註： Please make your appointment at least one day in advance. My email
address is: kyuan@ntu.edu.tw 
參考書目 
Bibliography:
Main textbook:
Robert S. Pindyck and Daniel L. Rubinfeld: Microeconomics, sixth edition,
Prentice Education, 2005.
Additional reading:
There are a number of possible textbooks for additional reading as follows:
Hal R. Varian: Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach, seventh
edition, Norton, 2006.
Michael L. Katz and Harvey S. Rosen: Microeconomics, third edition, McGraw
Hill, 1998. 
指定閱讀 

評量方式 (僅供參考) 
No. 
項目 
百分比 
說明 
1. 
Final Exam 
50% 

2. 
Midterm Exam 
40% 

3. 
Assignments 
10% 


