Units of Study
ECOS2001 - Intermediate Microeconomics
Semester 1, 2014 | Credit Points: 6
Coordinator: Vladimir Smirnov
The aim of Intermediate Microeconomics is the development of theoretical and applied skills in economics. It covers applications and extensions of the theory of consumer choice, firm behaviour and market structure. Emphasis is given to the economics of information and choice under uncertainty; industry structures other than monopoly and perfect competition; markets for factors of production; general equilibrium and economic efficiency; market failure and the role of government. This unit provides a basis for the more specialised options that comprise third year economics.
tutorial participation (10%), 2x in-class tests (40%) and 2hr final exam (50%)
1x2-hr lecture/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week
ECON1001 or BUSS1040
ECMT1010 or BUSS1020 or MATH1905 or MATH1005 or MATH1015
Certain combinations of Maths/Stats may substitute for Econometrics. Consult the School of Economics Undergraduate Coordinator.
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