WHY MICROECONOMICS

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MICROECONOMICS FOR MANAGERS Oindrila De Rahul Nilakantan Siddhartha K. Rastogi
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Objectives Role of Economics in managerial decision-making Introduce economic tools of analysis Develop critical thinking and analytical skills to apply under different business situations Concepts of this course to be applied in Industrial Regulation Strategic Competition
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Pedagogy Primarily a theoretical course Lecture-based sessions Applications and cases to reinforce theoretical concepts No prior knowledge of economics is necessary Text Pindyck, Rubinfeld and Mehta (2009)
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Evaluation Component Weight Mid-Term Exam 35% End-Term Exam 35% Surprise Quizzes 20% Class Participation 10%
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Part 1- Consumer Behavior Session No. Topic/s Reading Applications/ Case Studies 2, 3 Consumer Behaviour P-R, Chap-3, pp 61- 86; A College Trust Fund; pp 85 4, 5 Demand and Supply Analysis P-R, Chap-2, pp 19- 29, Chapter 4: Section 4.6 Declining Demand and the Behaviour of Copper Prices;
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course STRATEGY Om121 taught by Professor Abhinavdhar during the Spring '12 term at Harvard.

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