ECON 3030 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
The pricing processes in a private enterprise economy are analyzed under varying competitive conditions, and their role in the allocation of resources and the functional distribution of national income is considered.
Students may not receive credit for both ECON 3130 and PAM 2000.
ECON 1110, 1120 and calculus.
ECON 3030 001-LEC On-campus 6-week session
|Class dates:||June 25-August 7, 2018|
|Exam dates:||Will be provided by instructor (see Final exams)|
|Days/times:||M-F 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Goldwin Smith Hall G24|
|Instructor:||Sessions, J. (jgs262)|
|To enroll:||To enroll, complete and submit a course enrollment form and your payment to the Summer Session office. For more information, see enrollment and registration. Please note that late registration fees may apply.|
This course focuses on how economic models of market and human behavior are developed and used by economists to explain the pricing of goods and services. The goal of the course is to provide students with a strong foundation for their later work in theoretical and applied economics. By the end of the course you should have an understanding of the way in which economic agents (individual, firms, the government) make choices by optimizing their utility subject to constraints. You should also understand how economic welfare might be affected by market structure, market imperfections, and policy.