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ECON 101     Introduction to Microeconomics  (4)

This course explores how individuals and firms make decisions and interact in the marketplace. It also provides the necessary analytical tools to study a wide range of current economic problems. Topics include consumer theory, producer theory, behavior of firms, market equilibrium, monopoly, externalities and the role of the government in the economy.

Business

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...Economics ( ECON 101 ). All business minors should have completed STAT 204 and ECON 101 by...