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Apr 7, 2017 by Cristin Guinan-Wiley (cgw)
Aug 11, 2017 by Cristin Guinan-Wiley (cgw)
Course Deactivation Proposal
ECON 6311 : Industrial Organization
Fri, 11 Aug 2017 08:03:46 GMT
Thu, 10 Aug 2017 16:20:21 GMT
Reason for Termination
Course numbers need to be adjusted
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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graduate students in applied economics
Repeatable for Credit?
All students should have taken intermediate microeconomics and at least one semester of
calculus at the undergraduate level
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Are there Course Equivalents?
Are Fees Applicable?
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Are Additional Resources Required?
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The behavior of firms and implications of market structure and resource allocation; market participants, the role of transaction costs, product differentiation, imperfect knowledge, and market contestability. Public policy related to monopoly regulation and antitrust law. Use of standard microeconomic empirical and theoretical tools including an introduction to game theory.
As a result of completing this course, students will:
1. be familiar with the rigorous treatment of Industrial Organization, as it is used in
both academia as we as in economic consulting firms and government regulatory
2. develop intuition for pricing and other strategic behavior of firms
3. use microeconomic analysis tools to evaluate regulatory policy, including antitrust
4. learn how to identify a research project, conduct a literature review, and present
their research to the class
Uploaded a Course Syllabus
ECON 6311 Patel Spring 2017.pdf
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