MGEC92H3 Economics of Markets and Pricing

The course builds on MGEB01H3/(ECMB01H3) [or MGEB02H3/(ECMB02H3)] by exposing students to the economics of market structure and pricing. How and why certain market structures, such as monopoly, oligopoly, perfect competition, etc., arise. Attention will also be given to how market structure, firm size and performance and pricing relate. Role of government will be discussed.
Note: This course may be applied to the C-level course requirements of the Minor Program in Economics for Management Studies. It may not, however, be used to meet the requirements of any program that leads to a B.B.A. or of the Major Program in Economics for Management Studies.

Prerequisite: 
Exclusion: 

MGEC02H3/( ECMC02H3), MGEC41H3/( ECMC41H3), ( ECMC92H3), ECO200Y, ECO204Y, ECO206Y, (ECO310Y), ECO310H

Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences