ECO200Y1Y Microeconomic TheoryTheory of markets and prices. Determination of prices through the interaction of the basic economic units, the household as consumer and as supplier of inputs and the business firm as producer and as employer of inputs. The pricing system as the mechanism by which social decisions and allocation of goods are made in a market economy.
Section L5101, Summer F and S 2007–08Instructor: William G. Wolfson [course website]
aid centre: T 18:00–20:00, location: BA2135
Tutorial: W 17:00–19:00, location: WI523, WI524
aid centre: R 18:00–20:00, location: BA B024
Test: Monday 18 June, 18:00–20:00, location: SF3201
Test: Monday 23 July, 18:00–20:00, location: SF3201
Test: Tuesday 7 August, 16:00–18:00, location: SS2128