2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

ECO 225 Intermediate Microeconomics

3 hours 

This course builds on basic economic principles to examine how individuals, households, groups, and businesses make decisions to allocate scarce resources. Topics often addressed are: consumer/producer decisions; competition; monopolies and the concentration of capital; income distribution; labor markets; discrimination; social and criminal theft; profit distribution; the environment; and public goods. These topics are studied from a variety of theoretical perspectives including study of their associated policy prescriptions.




ENG 101, and ECO 101 or ECO 125