ECON 4000 Intermediate Microeconomics (3 credits)
The class builds upon the material from Economics 2000. We will study the microeconomic foundations of our modern economy. Specifically, we will analyze the behaviors and influences of consumers and firms. We will primary be investigating microeconomic behaviors from the lens of both Neoclassical Economics and Post Keynesian Economics. Prerequisites: ECON 2000 or consent of instructor.
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