Managerial Economics is the study of the best ways for a manager to have the company’s resources created, gathered, traded, and divided. At the beginning, students will discuss the most common problems and issues surrounding the proper utilization of the company resources. The goal is to then introduce them to basic theories of Microeconomics and how they affect the supply of materials, product demand, production, cost, pricing, and other managerial decisions. Students in this class have already completed International Economics and this course will build upon the principles and definitions taught in that class. #TeachAcademicsInAsia


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