ECON 226 - Principles of Microeconomics Credits: 3
Use of the mainstream economic schools of thought to explain how economic units (consumers and producers) make decisions. The role of the market in organizing economic activity is widely explained as well as the way resources are allocated in an economy through the price mechanism. Concepts like elasticities and profit maximization are computed and analyzed. Algebra used extensively.
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
Schedule Type: Lecture, Interactive Online, Self-Paced
Term Offering: Fall, Spring
College Code: SBA
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