ECON 357 Intermediate Microeconomics (1)
This course explores modern theories of the behavior of households and business firms in determining prices, the mix of goods and services produced in the economy, the allocation of scarce resources and the distribution of income and wealth among the participants in a market economy. The successes and failures of different types of markets are considered along with public policies aimed at improving the performance of markets. No longer offered starting Spring 2015.
- Prerequisite: ECON 122, MATH 140 or equivalent
- Offering: Every semester
- Instructor: Sivers Boyce, Whiting