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ECON 151: The Economics of the Firm
The course looks at the consequences of scarcity on business behavior--the use of cost-benefit analysis, opportunity cost, and comparative advantage. It examines the influence of supply and demand on markets, and the influence of cost conditions and market structure on the behavi...
Professors: Audrey L. Mathews; Edward F. Stuart; Liad Wagman
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ECON 151: Making Strategic Decisions in the Marketplace
This course develops and applies economic models to understand the behavior of firms and consumers in the marketplace. The course explores microeconomic concepts such as demand and supply, market structures and pricing, market efficiency, public goods, externalities, and equilib...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ECON 152: National and Global Economics
The course looks at national and international statistics--real output, inflation, unemployment, and interest rates. It examines fiscal and monetary policy and how they influence the important measures of an economy's performance. Then the analysis is extended to the interaction ...
Professors: Edward F. Stuart; Laura Lahaye Bilson
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ECON 211: Principles of Economics
The determination of output, employment and the rate of inflation. Topics include a broad-based discussion of the controversies in macro-economics, the appropriate use of fiscal and monetary policy, the effects of a budget deficit, determination of the rate of exchange, and the t...
Professors: Audrey L. Mathews; Edward F. Stuart; Liad Wagman
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ECON 423: Economic Analysis of Capital Investments
This course explores the valuation of proposed capital investments in both the public and private sectors. Students will learn how to determine the relevant cash flows associated with a proposed capital investment. Then, they will subject these cash flows to analysis by three m...
Professors: John R. Twombly
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ECON 570: Theory of the Firm
A systematic exposition of basic mathematical methods relating them to microeconomic analysis. Topics include: economic models, comparative statistics, optimization, supply and demand, the economics of production market structure and resource allocation.
Professors: Khairy A. Tourk
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