ECON3150: Managerial Economics

Class Program
Credits 3
An application of tools of microeconomics and how they relate to managerial decision-making. Includes study of the internal and external economic environments of firms for managerial decision-making. Topics include supply and demand, quantitative demand, analysis, production and costs, market structures, game theory, pricing strategies, organization of firms, and social perspectives on managerial decision-making.
ECON2010, or instructor's approval.
Semester Offered
Alternate years.