Courses offered in the past four years. Theories and policy proposals of Keynesian and classical economists are contrasted. We will apply standard microeconomic tools to the problems of health and health care markets. The course provides the fundamental tools with which to understand how the health care market is different from the markets for other goods.
The course presents an overview of the major principles of micro- and macroeconomics. Topics include opportunity costs, supply and demand, competition and monopoly, national income determination, creation of money and credit, and international problems. No credit will be given to students pursuing majors in the Strome College of Business.
Development of the theory of supply and demand, and their interaction in a market economy. Classical, Keynesian, and monetarist explanations of inflation and unemployment are presented and analyzed. Emphasis is placed on income determination, fiscal policy, monetary policy, and the issue of government efforts to improve economic performance.
An examination of how individuals and businesses interact in a market economy. Emphasis is placed on consumer behavior, price and output decisions of firms, the economic efficiency of the resulting allocation of society's resources, and the gains from international trade and impact of trade barriers.
Open only to students in the Honors College. Examines the application of economic theory and methodology to managerial decision making and strategy. Key topics are demand analysis, economic forecasting, production, cost analysis, the economics of organization, market structure and strategic behavior, pricing techniques, and government regulation and its implications for firm behavior.
Emphasis is placed on the global context of managerial decisions. Develops methods of microeconomic analysis beyond the principles level.
Major emphasis is placed on consumer behavior and demand, production and cost, market organization, distribution theory, and welfare theory. Provides an overall "big picture" of the economy, focusing on the central problems of unemployment, inflation, the business cycle, and economic growth.
Supervised internship in economics. Approval for enrollment and allowable credits is determined by the department CAP advisor and the Career Development Services in the semester prior to enrollment. Credit for internship and practicum in economics may not both be applied to meeting requirements for the major.
Application of economic theory and principles to a practical problem of interest to a sponsoring community organization. Qualifies as a CAP experience.
A study of selected topics, the title of which will appear in the course schedule. Research Methods in Economics. Provides students with a set of practical skills useful in economic research and in the presentation of research results.
Includes training in the use of various software packages, the Internet, and regression analysis for conducting economic research. A survey of the transportation system in the United States including its development, pricing, and regulation.
Special attention is given to railroads, highways, pipeline, water and air transportation; and the roles that these modes of transportation play in economic development. Economic analysis of various facets of labor markets.
Emphasis is placed on the analysis of labor supply, labor demand, wage determination, earnings differentials and inequality, occupational choice, human capital investment, labor market discrimination, mobility and immigration, impact of unions, and unemployment.
This is a writing intensive course. This course examines the interaction between government and the economy, with particular emphasis on the role of the federal government. Topics that address the motivation for government involvement in the economy include market failure, income inequality, and redistribution of income.
Introduction to Mathematical Economics. The course focus is on the use of differential and integral calculus, matrix algebra, difference equations and classical optimization theory in the presentation and development of economic theory.
Industrial Organization and Public Policy. A study of market structures and the conduct and performance of business firms in different market structures.Discusses basic probability, descriptive statistics, estimation techniques, statistical hypotheses, sampling, analysis of variance, correlation, and regression analysis in the context of economics.
Computer applications are an integral part of the course. Conducted research on environmental debate in development process and the economic analysis for policy making to control air and water pollution.
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Microeconomics is the study of how people and societies confront scarcity. This course, taught at the intermediate level, focuses on markets as a mechanism for dealing with scarcity, and uses examples that cast light on public policy issues.
Aug 17, · Norwegian Air Shuttle: Protect and survive Feb 12th , from Gulliver Norwegian Air Shuttle is trying to disrupt the trans-Atlantic air travel business, and American airlines are upset. Economics (ECON) 1 ECONOMICS (ECON) ECON Introduction to Political Economy. 3 Hours. Basic elements of microeconomics, net present value analysis and market strategy will be covered in class. Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean and of developed countries. Class Request Your class suggestions help guide our scheduling, so please let us know which classes you need to complete your degree, and we will do our best to add them to the schedule. Please note that filling out this form does not enroll you into a class.
The world's fastest-growing economies in the postwar period are clustered in East Asia. Provides, through economic analysis, a deeper knowledge of East Asian economic growth and an understanding of the growth and development process through real-world applications.
|“Now Everyone can fly” – AirAsia | microeconomicstoday||However, two of the courses may be approved level courses, and two of the courses may be outside of the Department of Economics.|