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ECON 730 - Economics for Decision Making

3 credits
This course utilizes micro- and macroeconomic theory and empirical analysis to improve decision-making skills and incorporates significant information technology integration. Major microeconomics topics include demand analysis and estimation, cost analysis and estimation, market structures, pricing strategies, and game theory. Major macroeconomics topics include the operation of credit markets, monetary and fiscal policy, analysis and prediction of macroeconomic variables, foreign currency markets, and international trade. Technology integration includes some or all of the following: The use of Internet-based resources to supply data for analysis and information on current issues relevant to the course; the use of simulations, games, and computer applications to reinforce economic concepts; and the introduction of software tools that enhance the summary and presentation of economic information in a professional setting. Prerequisite(s): ECON 201, ECON 202 and BADM 220 or equivalent



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