BUSN 7206X Microeconomics for Business Decisions

30 hours plus conference; 3 credits

Drawing upon modern managerial economics, this course will develop students' ability to apply the tools of economic analysis to make business decisions. The course will cover the following topics: economists' view of behavior, markets and organizations, demand, production and cost, market structure, pricing, strategy and game theory, incentive conflicts and contracts, organizational architecture, decision rights, human resource decisions, vertical integration and outsourcing, leadership and change within organizations, regulation, and creating organizational architectures that foster ethical behaviors.


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