- Module code: EC101L
- Credits: 7.5
- Semester: 2
- Department: BUSINESS
- Coordinator: Alexander Farnell (ECONOMICS)
Microeconomics addresses economic issues at the individual level. It studies the way households and firms make economic decisions. The topics covered include demand and supply analysis, market equilibrium, government intervention in the market, firm behaviour, production, costs, profit maximisation and market structure.
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