ECON641: Microeconomic Analysis

Microeconomic analysis applied to public policy problems with an emphasis on practical examples and how they illustrate microeconomic theories. Policy issues such as pollution, welfare and income distribution, market design, industry regulation, price controls, tax policy and health insurance are practical examples used to illustrate the abstract principles of microeconomics.
Prerequisites/Rules:
Restriction: Must be in M.Prof.Studies: Applied Economics program; or permission of BSOS-Economics department. Credit only granted for: ECON641 or ECON506. Formerly: ECON506.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular , Audit
Course Offering
    Spring 2015 Instructor: John Straub View Syllabus
    Fall 2014 Instructor: John Straub View Syllabus