ECON3011 INTERMED MICROECONOMIC THEORY
This course covers the allocation, production and distribution theories in microeconomics. Topics include utility and preference, consumer demand, production and cost, market structure, general equilibrium and welfare economics. Analytical aspects will be emphasized. Mathematical concepts and maximization techniques will be used. Students should have knowledge of differential calculus, and are advised to take ECO1011 before taking this course.
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