Introduction to Economics

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Basic Economic Concepts Microeconomics for  managers PGP I
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Compulsory attendance No late comers will be allowed in.  Random checks and heavy punishments for proxy  (both parties).  No disruption will be tolerated.  Rules
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Component Weight Mid-Term Exam 35% End-Term Exam 35% Surprise Quizzes 20% Class Participation 10% Evaluation
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Text book: Pindyck, R.S., Rubinfeld, D.L. and Mehta, P.L.  (2009)  Microeconomics , 7th Edition, Prentice Hall of  India Private Limited, New Delhi. References: Varian, H. R (1999)  Intermediate  Microeconomics : A Modern Approach,   5th   Edition,  Gravelle, H and Rees, R (2004),  Microeconomics ,  3rd  Edition,Prentice Hall publishing,  London, UK.  Mankiw, N.G. (2009)  Principles of Microeconomics , 5th  Edition, South-Western Cengage learning, Mason, OH,  Text and some References
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What is Economics?
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