This unit presumes no prior exposure to economics and aims to bring a proficiency equivalent to that of students with an intermediate-level microeconomics unit in an Honours degree program. Microeconomics studies how individual consumers and firms make choices and how they interact in a variety of market environments. This unit presents a foundational model of microeconomics that serves as the basis for more advanced topics, such as game theory, mechanism design, and behavioural economics.
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|Available to study abroad and exchange students