Microeconomics: Policy and Applications (ECON2233)

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Description

This is an intermediate unit in microeconomic theory and policy applications. It provides an economic explanation of how consumers and producers behave and how their activities are coordinated using markets and prices. Topics include consumer behaviour; firm behaviour; choice under uncertainty; market behaviour and externalities.
Course period3/03/2010/06/20
Course levelUndergraduate
Course formatUnit