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ECONĀ 5020 [0.5 credit] (ECO 6122, ECO 6522) Microeconomic Theory

An introduction to graduate-level microeconomic theory, including topics such as utility maximization and individual choice, decision-making under uncertainty, producer theory (technology, costs, and profit maximization), alternative market structures (competition, monopoly, and oligopoly), general equilibrium, and the economics of information.
Precludes additional credit for ECON 5000 (no longer offered) and ECON 5001 (no longer offered).


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Students completing the dual degree pathway will graduate with: M.A. Economics with Concentration in Financial Economics, and M.B.A. with Concentration in Financial Economics.