- International Fees
International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees. Exact cost will be calculated upon completion of registration.
Examines the use of economics, decision theory and business problems. Uses case studies to accounting/finance tools by managers facing various problems. The course will consider how the internal and external operating environment impacts a manager's resource allocation decisions.
- 50% in OPMT 7701
- Not offered this term
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Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
- Explain the interrelationships between various economic concepts, such as profit maximization, elasticity, consumer preferences.
- Explain how the demand and supply sides of the market interact to determine price and quantity exchanged.
- Explain a consumer's and firm's decision-making processes.
- Classify various Canadian industries according to market structure.
- Assess how market structure determines firm behaviour.
- Use algebra and calculus to solve standard economic models.
- Use the results from economics models to facilitate production and marketing decisions in business.
- Assess how firms have been successful in dealing with major Canadian industrial issues.
- Analyse current economic issues in a team setting.
- Evaluate the impact of different microeconomic events on various Canadian industries.
- Use economic models to illustrate the effects of political and economic events.
Effective as of Fall 2015
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