Business Economics

Course Description

Building on the fundamental principles of macro- and microeconomics, this course addresses issues concerning markets and prices, fiscal and monetary policies, human resource issues, forecasting techniques used by businesses, and business decision making for profit maximization.

Learning Outcomes

  • Analyze how the markets for goods and resources work
  • Analyze government policies and how these policies affect businesses
  • Evaluate the impact of culture and natural environment on business
  • Analyze market structure, conduct and performance
  • Analyze human resource issues and profit maximization
  • Evaluate the role of globalization on business


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School of Business and Management

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