This subject applies managerial decision making analysis on various economic models, as well as introduces the student to optimisation techniques used in a managerial decision making environment.
Economic models are related to cost and production as well as to the types of profit analyses underpinning contemporary business decision-making. The subject explores the profit/loss implications of alternative business strategies under various market conditions including competitive, monopoly and oligopoly market structures. Game theory models of business strategy are explored and applied to various business contexts. Alternative business pricing practices are reviewed. Policy issues are considered in an applied context through case studies and business applications.
School of Accounting and Finance
Not available to students who have completed ECO200
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