This course teaches the principal methods of economic analysis, as applied to production activities of firms. Students will focus on production technologies, individual choice, and market-based systems. Practical applications of the methods are presented.
- James Sweeney Professor, Management Science and Engineering
- Cost and profit, perfect and imperfect competition
- Individual choice, including preferences and demand
- The market-based system, including price formation, efficiency, and welfare
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3.0 - 4.0
- 1 year of college level calculus (through calculus of several variables, such as CME100 or MATH51)
- Background in statistics, experience with spreadsheets recommended.
- An undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0 or equivalent
Linear and Non-Linear Optimization (Stanford Course: MS&E211), Economic Analysis (Stanford Course: ECON50) or equivalents.