Economics for Managers (MGT606)

Course Instructor
Alex Panayides

This course introduces managers to the essence of business economics – the theories, concepts and ideas that form the economist’s tool kit encompassing both the microeconomic and macroeconomic environments. Microeconomic topics include demand and supply, elasticity, consumer choice, production, cost, profit maximization, market structure, and game theory while the Macroeconomic topics will be GDP, inflation, unemployment, aggregate demand, aggregate supply, fiscal and monetary policies. In addition the basic concepts in international trade and finance will be discussed.   


Economics for Managers Syllabus

This course is part of the following programs:

Program NameProgram Directors(s)
Management MastersNA
For a person like me with little background in Computer Science this course was a very good overview of different aspects of Service Oriented Architecture. The lecture podcasts were very effective in helping me understand the course content. The Assignments were very well planned to help me understand the practical implementation of different concepts."
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