ECO306 Intermediate Microeconomics

Study of rational behavior of consumers and producers and their interactions in the marketplace. Introduction to optimization methods and general equilibrium analysis. Rationale for government intervention in regulation of industries, provision of public goods, taxation and subsidies is analyzed. Empirical parts include data analysis using real-world examples.


  • 3


  • Liberal Arts


  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Undergraduate
  • May not be enrolled in the following class: Freshman


  • (ECO206 Minimum Grade of C- or 33206 Minimum Grade of C-)

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