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Economics - ECON


While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • 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.
  • Analyze 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 Winter 2022

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