Course syllabus for ECON 801 Problems in Managerial Economics
Course description: Managerial Economics encompasses the application of quantitative and qualitative economic theory models to managerial efficiency objectives occurring with the administration of organizations operated for profit, or not-for-profit. The course is predominately an exercise in analytical skills and utilizes as basic tools the relevant knowledge areas from Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Finance, Marketing, Accounting, and Operations Theory. The emphasis throughout the course is on the microeconomic analysis aspect of decision alternatives facing the "Manager." Extensive use of case application. Real world project assignments with local businesses to solve maximization or minimization problems utilizing the skills gained in the course. Extensive use of the IBM PC for modeling purposes and mathematical/statistical tasks.
Liebscher, V. K. Chris, "ECON 801 Problems in Managerial Economics" (1987). Economics Syllabi. 103.