Intermediate Microeconomic Theory II is typically the second or third upper-division course the students pursuing a degree in Economics at UCSB must complete. It builds directly from Econ 10A and introduces students to imperfectly competitive product markets, input markets, and welfare analysis. The course also provides students with an introduction to game theory. Topics typically covered in the course include monopolies, general equilibrium, oligopolies and Nash equilibrium, and externalities. I have been fortunate enough to be a part of the Econ 100B team during session B of Summer 2016. As a TA for Econ 100B, I was responsible for writing exams, holding office hours, and teaching two 1.5-hour long sections each week.

Section material

Week 1: Elasticities - Solutions
     Week 2: Taxes and Consumer Surplus - Solutions
     Week 3: Midterm Review
     Week 4: Nonuniform Pricing - Solutions
     Week 5: Oligopoly - Solutions
     Week 6: Final Review

Additional Problems:
Market Demand
     Consumer Surplus
     General Equilibrium
     Nonuniform Pricing
     Oligopoly and Cartels
     Public Goods

Intermediate Microeconomics with Calculus by Hal Varian