ECON101-01A Introduction to Microeconomics (with Joanne Spitz)
A broad introductory survey in which special attention is given to the role of economic principles in analyzing and understanding current economic problems. Emphasis is given to the functioning of markets and to the behavior of individual economic units such as the business firm and the consumer (microeconomics). Other areas of emphasis vary from section to section and may include industrial organization, income distribution, international trade, economics of the environment, and other topics.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 114Q or 115 or equivalent MATH level
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