Credits: 3 credits
Students examine more advanced microeconomic tools and apply these to economic sustainable management. Topics include market analysis for economic sustainability, demand analysis and estimation, the role of elasticities in sustainable management; consumer behavior and rationale choice; risk behavior and assessment; production efficiency; cost analysis and estimation; the role of the market structure for sustainable management; game theory and strategic behavior; and asymmetric information problems.
Prerequisite: Admission to MEEM or MScEEM or approval of degree committee.
Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ECON 6020 and ESMN 6020.
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