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Fall 2010
Apr 24,2014
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ECON 201 - INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS
With this study of how individual agents, both firms and households, interact in market situations to determine the price of goods and services, students gain a better understanding of how scarce resources are allocated. Intermediate Microeconomics is a more theoretical treatment of some of the topics covered in Microeconomics. The class will be concerned with learning tools of economic analysis, which are applicable to economic situations such as: consumer sovereignty, the labor/leisure tradeoff, the economics of information and monopsony power in baseball. The goals of the class include: learning the intermediate tools and terminology that economists use, developing a theoretical approach for analyzing consumer preferences, showing how altruism can be explained using utility theory, exploring the relationship between inputs and outputs and understanding how economic theory can explain everyday economic behavior.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Economics Department

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:     
      Undergraduate

Prerequisites:
FOR ECON 201

General Requirements:
Course or Test: ECON 101
Minimum Grade of D
May not be taken concurrently.
and
Course or Test: ECON 102
Minimum Grade of D
May not be taken concurrently.

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