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MICROECONOMICS

2022 Spring Term

2-3 Units [RCCC]

UW Extended Campus Online EC204

Microeconomics is that branch of economics which focuses on specific problems pertaining to individual, household, firm and business behavior. Emphasis is also placed on different market morphologies. Other aspects of the course include the application of microeconomic techniques to issues related to economic regulation, income distribution, international trade and pollution.

Other Requirements: PREREQ: UWX MA093 OR MAT 105; UWX EN101 OR ENG 100 OR ENG 101

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-LEC 2882
3 Units [RCCC]
01/25 - 05/06 (1)
George Jones
Edward Stredulinsky
WEB BASED

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