Lecture Notes for Economics
by Benjamin Hermalin
Number of pages: 204
These are the lecture notes on pricing, mechanism design, and agency at the Ph.D. level. This text is intended to supplement the lectures and other materials for the first half of Economics 201b at the University of California, Berkeley.
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