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BUS 202: Micro Economics

Course description

Microeconomics is the traditional social science that studies human behavior with respect to how resource allocation decisions are made at the individual, firm, and societal levels. Microeconomics focuses on behavioral theory which explains market behavior and its implications for public policy; income distribution; and contemporary problems of labor and business. Topics include economic issues that focus on equity, diversity, and ethics from a stakeholder perspective.

Units:3