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econ 101 syllabus

econ 101 syllabus - Econ 101 Managerial Economics Winter...

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Econ 101 Managerial Economics Winter, 2010 Huibin Yan Assistant Professor Department of Economics Office hour : W, F 5pm – 6pm, Room 419, Engineering 2 Email : [email protected] Best way to ask me a quick or even not so quick a question is in person immediately after class. I do not have time to reply to all your email; properly written messages with proper questions and clear subject lines have higher probability of being answered. Course Website (ready soon) http://people.ucsc.edu/~hyan/webpage101w10.html Managerial Economics A second course in microeconomics at the intermediate level, Economics 101 will emphasize interactions among firms and the internal organization of firms. The focus will be for-profit firms, but much of the material applies equally well to public sector and non-profit organizations. The required text is Managerial Economics & Business Strategy,7 th ed . by Michael R. Baye, McGraw-Hill, denoted Baye below, available at Bay Tree bookstore.
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