Managerial Economics

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An application of microeconomic theory and methods to business and administrative decision making; both the neoclassical approach, including a detailed treatment of supply and demand, the theory of the firm, and efficiency in a general equilibrium framework, and modern contributions of economics in the areas of coordination, motivation, organization, and strategy, e.g., the economics of transactions costs and information problems, are presented. Historical and international comparisons of management issues are made. Prerequisites: BU 360, EC 201-202 or permission of instructor.


February 23
7:00 PM
Thursday February 23, 7:00pm
Great Room, 3rd floor of Adminstration Building
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