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Microeconomics 2 (ECON251)

Course description

This course provides students with a foundational study of the concepts and theories underlying economic interactions in markets and public organisations. The approach combines economic intuition with a rigorous treatment of the concepts taught. Students will learn about public goods, externalities, monopoly and monopsony, and oligopoly. In addition, students will learn the tools to deal with decisions under risk and how asymmetries of information affect economic institutions. Finally, studen...


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Graded, 1.0 Credit Units

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