ECON 1001 T - Introduction to Microeconomics

An introduction to the major tools and policy problems of microeconomics. Economic analysis is applied to a variety of contemporary issues such as taxation, pollution, wage determination, poverty, market power, and international trade.
Precludes additional credit for ECON 1000 and FYSM 1003.

This is the first part (Microeconomics) of a normally two-term course emphasizing economic principles, models and tools to understand contemporary economic issues and to prepare students for taking more advanced courses in economics. In this section, students will be exposed to the basic principles underlying the behaviour of individuals, firms and markets.

CRN for section T: 31777

CRN for section TOD (optional Video On Demand service): 31778

Instructor: Troy Joseph

Troy Joseph

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