Economics 132. Microeconomics. (QR)

Study of the fundamentals of economic analysis with particular emphasis upon consumer demand behavior and the output and pricing decisions of business firms under various market structures. Special attention given to the role of ethics in the behavior of business executives and consumers. Consideration of current issues such as health care, energy policy, and government intervention in the market. Course includes student-led seminars and group projects

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Spring
Instructors
Ethan King
Department
Business

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