This course applies economic theory, tools and techniques to decision-making at the firm or organization level. It is designed to develop students’ understanding of how to efficiently achieve the goals of the firm and their ability to recognize how economic forces affect the organization. It involves the application of economic models in analyzing and solving selected problems typically faced by firms such as: product pricing, production and cost analysis, demand estimation, market forecasting, and macroeconomic fluctuations. It is designed for professionals intending to pursue a career in management or those students who are enrolled in courses leading to strategic management certification.

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