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This course brings together topics in microeconomic that can be applied to business decision making to create a valuable way of thinking about markets and business decisions. Topics include demand and supply analysis, consumer demand theory, production and cost analysis, market structure, price theory application and investment decision.

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1. Ability to analyze problems faced by firm managers and apply comprehensive knowledge of business issues to real world situations and appreciate the complexity of business management issues.
2. Ability to develop economic analysis framework as a problem-solving tool in their organization.
3. Ability to formulate economic analysis techniques and integrate them into real world experiences to make effective and relevant business decisions.

 

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