Business-Administration - Course - Microeconomics I

  • Course Code: BECO701
  • Credits: 3
  • Hours Distribution: 3
  • Course Type: Major Requirements (Major R)

Course Description

This course aims to provide students with a solid grounding, at an intermediate level, in the fundamental concepts and techniques of microeconomics analysis used in business applications. The topics included in this course includes, but not limited to, consumer and firm behavior, decision making under uncertainty, competitive, oligopolistic, and monopolistic markets, partial equilibrium, general equilibrium theory, overlapping generations models, and growth theory, as well as game theory under complete and incomplete information.