Courses Bachelor Display 2023-2024

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Course title Microeconomics
Course code EBC1011
ECTS credits 6,5
Assessment Whole/Half Grades
Period Start End Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
2 30-10-2023 15-12-2023 L X X
Level Introductory
Coordinator Jona Linde
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Language of instruction English
Understand the basic concepts and tools from microeconomics, such as opportunity costs, models and “marginal” analysis.
Learn to recognize the potential of these tools in practical applications.
Learn to apply basic mathematical tools to help modelling economic problems.
This course is an introduction to microeconomics, the economics branch concerned with the decisions of individual consumers and firms and how these decisions are connected to, and interact on, markets. Consumer decision-making is analysed first, leading to insights into the demand for goods and services at the market level. The analysis of firm behaviour follows, leading to the study of different factors that determine the supply of goods and services. The two sides are integrated to see how markets act to coordinate supply and demand. The course examines four different market structures: perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition. The effects of different market structures on prices, quantities traded and welfare are explained. A parallel skills training integrates basic mathematical tools by discussing formal problems from the microeconomics textbook.
Perloff, J.M. (2018), Microeconomics, 8th global edition, Pearson Education.
Basic mathematical principles, especially from calculus (comparable to the mathematics part of course Quantitative Methods 1, code EBC1005/1006/1007).
an advanced level of English
Teaching methods (indicative; course manual is definitive) PBL / Lecture / Assignment
Assessment methods (indicative; course manual is definitive) Written Exam
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This course belongs to the following programmes / specialisations
Bachelor Fiscal Economics Year 1 Compulsory Course(s)