ECO-202 Intermediate Microeconomics

This course is designed to deepen student’s understanding and knowledge of theoretical and empirical microeconomic  theory.  Topics  covered  in  the  course  include  consumer  utility  and  choice;  production functions  and  cost;  pricing  of  output  and  inputs  under  various  market  structures  such  as  perfect competition,  monopoly,  monopolistic  competition  and  oligopoly,  as  well  as  externalities  and  public goods.   Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Prerequisite

ECO-102

Syllabus for this course.