Intermediate Micro Theory

3.00 credit hours

This course builds on ECON 102 to provide a deeper understanding of microeconomic theory, which forms a basis for much of economic analysis. The main focus of the class will be theoretical, in order to give you a solid foundation for future study in virtually any other field of economics. This includes the theory of how consumers decide what to consume and how firms decide when to stay in business, and how much to produce at what price. Note: a student cannot receive degree credit for both ECON 308 and ECON 309.

Sample Syllabus

Jeffrey Wolcowitz (Fall 2014)
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