Note-form PDFs from a 20-lecture graduate-level course delivered in 2004, along with a reading list, two problem sets and a sample exam. From the course description, "Overall, this course focuses on microeconomics, with some topics from macroeconomics and international trade. It emphasizes the integration of theory, data, and judgment in the analysis of corporate decisions and public policy." The main course text is Parkin, "Microeconomics".
Handbooks and reading lists in Intermediate Microeconomics
Institutional Economics site containing links to course outlines for 30+ institutional, behavioural and heterodox economics courses, mostly in the US. Online access to Allan Schmid's working papers, and book 'Property, Power and Public Choice' (in English and Spanish). This argues the general case for countries' economic performance being affected the institutions that shape agents' choices and governments' policymaking, then sets out (and offers some secondary empirical support for) some hypotheses on the impact of different property rights arrangements.