ECON 4004 - Management Economics
A concentrated graduate level management course combining key economic principles with current global economic issues. Students relate and apply these principles and issues to business management decisions and actions. The micro-economic principles that impact a firm’s pricing strategies, profitability and demand opportunities will be covered and reviewed from a management perspective. In addition, the larger global macro-economic factors that influence decisions on trade, market selection and competitive opportunities will be reviewed and practiced in group decision sessions.
Anticipated Terms Offered: Fall and Spring semesters