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Microeconomic Theory I

Microeconomics studies the decision making mechanism of individual participants in a market economy. This course is designed to impart an understanding of the fundamental principles and rationale underlying such decision making by individuals. Topics include consumer and producer theory, choice under uncertainty, competitive equilibrium, market structure and welfare economics.

Prerequisites: ECO-1001 (Introduction to Economics), ECO-1010 (Mathematics for Economists)

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