ECON 3203 Intermediate Price Theory And Resource Allocation
Class hours: 3 Lab hours: 0
Semesters Available: Fall Years Available: Odd
This course presents a general theory of prices and markets. It includes an investigation of the behavior of individual consumers and producers; the market for a single commodity; the interrelations between various markets in a system where all prices are determined simultaneously; and "what ought to be" as covered in welfare economics.