Academic Term and Year
Area of Study
CRIJ, BIOL, ECON, ESTD, FIN, FSCI, GBUS, IBUS
Goals: To introduce students to theory relating to the economic decisions made by individual consumers and firms in a market economy and to examine the role of government in domestic and international markets. Content: The topic of this course, deals in depth with choices, especially consumer behavior and the spending decisions, the production decisions of the business firm and how prices and wages are determined in the output and input markets. In addition, this course analyzes consumer and business behavior under various competitive and imperfect conditions, as well as the implications of these for society. We will also study the ramifications of various government policies, predicting the effects of those policies, both positive and negative, on market participants using events and situations in the world. Credits: 4 credits
Rhoads, Jennifer, "ECON1310-01.Microeconomic Analysis.Su14.Rhoads,Jennifer" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 472.