23000 Principles of Microeconomics6cp
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This subject provides students with an understanding of the fundamental economic problem of choice under constraints. It introduces the problem of consumer choice and the factors influencing consumer decisions and examines firm decision-making in competitive and non-competitive settings. The subject emphasises the role of economics in solving real-world problems and effects of government policies on market outcomes.
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