Intermediate Price Theory And Resource Allocation
|Class hours: 3|
Lab hours: 0
|Semesters Available: Fall|
Years Available: Odd
|This course presents a general theory of prices and markets and provides for an investigation of the behavior of individual consumers and producers; the market for a single commodity; the interrelations between various markets in a system where all prices are determined simultaneously; and "what ought to be" as covered in welfare economics. |
|Prerequisites: BECN 2203 and MATH 1503. |
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