16633 Microeconomics for Property6cp; 3hpw
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This is a core first-year subject in the Bachelor of Property Economics (C10310). Students are introduced to microeconomic principles and methods in order to apply economic theory in analysing property markets. Microeconomic fundamentals such as demand, supply, prices, elasticity, production and costs are covered, and their effects on the property industry are explored. Market structure and competition as well as market failure are also discussed.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125