Microeconomics

Course Code: ECON 1000

Academic Year: 2018-2019

Students are introduced to the concepts and analytical tools of microeconomics to examine how society and individuals use limited resources to meet their needs. Students develop an understanding of current events in the context of microeconomic theories including supply, demand, prices, incomes, markets, competition and market structures. Students examine the concepts of market failure and market power and the need for government intervention to achieve social and political goals. Category and Level: Society, Culture and Commerce, Lower Level Restrictions: All Bachelor of Commerce students are restricted from taking this course as a breadth elective.