Advanced Microeconomics I

Please find the current examination dates on the examination office's homepage.
For a correct identification, please bring your UniCard AND your ID to the exam.

The grades of the exam from February the 26th, 2019 are now available online. The post exam review takes place on May 8th, 2019 at 9-11am in room 01 042 Alte Universität.

The exam takes place on February the 26th, 2019 in the Audimax at 3-6pm. For a correct identification, please bring your UniCard AND your ID to the exam.



taught by Dr. Stephan Müller

  • Thursdays, 08:00 - 10:00 am in room 2121
    First meeting October, 18th 2018

This course covers advanced microeconomic models. In this regard students are provided with the skills required to understand these models including advanced methods of calculus and basic proof techniques. Students learn how to formalize and analyze individual decision making. They will get acquainted to models of individual choice under certainty and uncertainty. Students will be able to analyze decision problems of firms. They can distinguish between partial analysis of isolated markets and a general analysis considering mutual dependencies of markets.

Literature: Jehle and Reny, "Advanced Microeconomic Theory", Pearson, 3rd edition, chapter 1-5 (maybe 6)



taught by Dr. Stephan Müller

  • Thursdays, 12:00 - 02:00 pm in room 1098
    First meeting: October, 18th 2018

Course materials (lecture slides, exercise sheets etc.) will be available on the learning management system ILIAS of the university. The link below directly leads to the ILIAS site of the lecture (logged in state): Link follows soon.

The password necessary to register for the course on ILIAS will be given in the first lecture!


The lecture and tutorial will be held in english.


Additional Tutorial Attention: NEW!

taught by Jinting Guo and Lorenz Hartmann

  • Additional Tutorial (Chinese): wednesdays, 12-2pm, room 3044 (Ms. Guo)
    First meeting: October, 17th 2018

  • Additional Tutorial (English): thursdays, 2-4pm, room 3219 (Mr. Hartmann)
    First meeting: October, 18th 2018



The course accounts for 6 ECTS based on a 120min written exam.

For details on the registration and the registration period for the first exam, please also look at the websites of the examination offices of Economics and Mathematics for further information!

The lecture is open for

  • M.Sc. Economics (mandatory course in economic theory and policy),
  • M.Sc. Mathematics,
  • M.Sc. VWL (mandatory in Volkswirtschaftstheorie),
  • M.Sc. BWL (elective in Volkswirtschaftstheorie),
  • and for VWL Diplom students.


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