Principles of Microeconomics

Course Prefix: 
EC
Course Number: 
201
Course Credits: 
3

The second of a two-course sequence; this course introduces students to the social science of economics, and then examines the behavior of individual consumers and firms, as well as the role of government, in the product and resource markets. On what bases are decisions made to buy (demand) and sell (supply)? How are these markets structured? What if the market system does not work, or is not allowed to work? What is the proper role of the government in a market-based economy? Prerequisite: EC 202, or permission of instructor.
 

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