|Module Co-ordinator||Dr Theo Diasakos|
The coursework assessment comprises two class tests. A grade will be awarded for each test and an average coursework grade will be computed by weighting the two tests equally.
MODULE INTRODUCTION, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The introductory microeconomics module ECNU211 gives a broad introduction to microeconomics. This module presents a more formal treatment of the foundations of microeconomic theory, with the aim of providing a deeper insight into the nature of economic theorising, introducing key results and methods of analysis that will be developed in later economic modules and providing a preview of the issues discussed in these modules. The main topics are consumer choice theory and the theory of production and costs.
LEARNING OUTCOMES AND SKILLS DEVELOPED
On completion of this module, students should be able to:
RECOMMENDED READING LIST
The core text book for this module is: