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ECON 2100H - Honors Economics

Arts & Sciences
Previous Course Number: MFTC 204H

This course is designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of core economic principles. Beyond a basic understanding of the forces shaping America’s highly competitive and globalized market-oriented economy, this course applies economic theories to practical business questions and current issues, particularly those that relate to the retail industry. The fundamental principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics are addressed using analytical and quantitative tools such as: cost minimization and profit maximization of a firm under different industry structures, demand and supply equilibrium conditions involving substitute goods, consumer utility maximization, income-expenditure equilibrium, multiplier effects of changes in government spending, and aggregate consumer spending.
credit(s): 3
Prerequisite(s): Enrollment in the Fashion Scholars Program or by permission of the Department Chair



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