ECON 520 - Microecon for Business
Efficient allocation of resources by consumers, profit and non-profit firms and government, regulation of industry, monopoly and imperfect competition, business ethics and the market place, efficiency versus equity, social welfare. Course Information: Credit is not given for ECON 520 if the student has credit in ECON 509. Prerequisite(s): MATH 165 or MATH 181 or the equivalent.
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Course Level: Graduate