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ECO 2000 Economies and Economics II (Microeconomics)

Microeconomics is the study of individual decision-making units, such as households, businesses, and markets within the economy. The emphasis will focus on how these groups make decisions regarding the allocation of their scarce resources and the interactions among these individuals and firms. Topics covered will include production costs, market structure, price maximization, labor markets, government regulation, and distribution of income.