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Oct 26, 2015 by Cristin Guinan-Wiley (cgw)
ECON 6217 : Survey of Economics I
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Mon, 29 Jun 2015 01:16:16 GMT
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
ECON 6214 : Survey of Mathematical Economics
ECON 6237 : Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources
ECON 6250 : Survey of Economic Development
PPPA 6014 : Microeconomics for Public Policy II
SMPP 6206 : Applied Microeconomics
In The Catalog Description:
ECON 6218 : Survey of Economics II
ECON 6219 : Managerial Economics
ORSC 6219 : Managerial Economics
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Survey of Economics I
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Survey of Economics I
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Intermediate-level microeconomic theory for graduate students in fields other than economics.
Students will learn to use microeconomic models: (1) to analyze household economic behavior, including derivation of demand functions; (2) to analyze firm behavior, including pricing, output and input decisions; (3) to examine demand and supply interactions under various output market structures and in factor markets; and (4) to evaluate economic outcomes and policies. Progress towards these goals are measured by problem sets and examinations.
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