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Title: Intermediate Microeconomics
Authors: Nurieva, Gulnara N.
Keywords: ECO 111
spring 2014
Issue Date: 3-Jan-2014
Publisher: Department of Economics
Abstract: The course is aimed at helping students in learning of offered by microeconomics by means of a consumer choice and the market forces of supply and demand, a behavior of company and a theory of market organization, the economical effects of taxes levy. It focuses on the comprehension of the real events and the political questions, using this knowledge for decision making as for life, production control, as for public policy.
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