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BUSN 295: Managerial Economics

The economic foundations of managerial decision-making: supply and demand interactions, decision-making under uncertainty, production and cost, price determination under perfect competition and monopoly, strategies for pricing with market power, monopolistic competitive, oligopoly, game theory, asymmetric information, agency, market structure. This course uses a variety of mathematical techniques, particularly graphs, algebra, and calculus.

Prerequisites: ECON 101 & ECON 102, MATH 104 or MATH 110 & MATH 111 or equivalent.