Microeconomics

— ECON 101 (3)

Introduces the basic theoretical framework for describing and explaining decision-making in a market-oriented economy. Topics include consumer behaviour, the theory of markets, the theory of the firm, price and output determination, market equilibrium, and the factors affecting the inefficient allocation of resources.
Course Code: ECON 101 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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