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The course covers technical requirements, one-person optimal search theory, general equilibrium type search theory, directed search theory and applications to labour markets, monetary theory, and the problem of trading mechanisms.

  • Completion method: contact teaching
  • Schedule: can be found in Course Page and Sisu
  • Study materials: can be found in Moodle
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Please register for the course in the UH Sisu with your UH username. Further instructions (link to be added here later).

    • Code: no equivalent code

    • Target groups: MSc / rMSc / PhD

    • Credit points: 5

    • Credit transfer: apply for inclusion in Sisu

    Further instructions (link to be added here later)

    • Code: 26059

    • Target groups: MSc / rMSc / PhD

    • Credit points: 5 cr

    • Credit transfer: apply for substitution in Sisu

    Further instructions (link to be added here later)

    • Code: ECOM-438

    • Target groups: MSc / rMSc / PhD students: please contact your supervisor/program director to be sure that the course credit can be counted towards your degree

    • Credit points: 5

    • Please contact your supervisor/program director to be sure that the course credit can be counted towards your degree

    • Credit transfer: please apply for credit transfer according to your home university’s procedures

    Further instructions (link to be added here later).

After the course, student should:

  • Be able to solve and construct one person optimal search problems 
  • Understand dynamic models of search and directed search in areas of labour economics and monetary economics, and understand how the set-up can be used to address questions ranging from marriage markets to the choice of trading mechanisms 
  • Doctoral students should be able to actively do all the above.