Microeconomics Principles

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  • 8 séquences
  • Niveau Introductif
  • Sous-titres en Spanish, Chinese

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Détails du cours

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  • Week 1 - Course Orientation
    You will become familiar with the course, your classmates, and our learning environment. The orientation will also help you obtain the technical skills required for the course.
  • Week 1 - Introduction and Basic Principles
    Welcome to your first week in Microeconomics Principles! As you will quickly see, the things you learn in this class will probably help you see the world in a different way. Economics is not just about money, as you may have incorrectly assumed. On the contrar...
  • Week 2 - Supply and Demand
    Welcome to your second week in Microeconomics Principles! This module we will cover the hallmark framework of the field: the supply and demand model. I am sure that if you knew any economics words before enrolling in this course those two words were supply and...
  • Week 3 - Market Efficiency and Government Policies
    Welcome to Week 3! Last module we introduced the supply and demand model to explain how free markets work. One of the main concepts we learned about free markets was that they tend to gravitate toward an “equilibrium” price and quantity. This module we will us...
  • Week 4 - Elasticities
    Welcome to the fourth week! This module we will cover one of my favorite economics concepts: elasticity. It is one of my favorites because of how useful it is to analyze policy implications, as well as its usefulness for business managers. This will be obvious...
  • Week 5 - Production and Costs
    Welcome to your fifth week! This module we will begin covering the theory of the firm, which will take us basically three modules to finish. Economists call this section of the course, "The Economics of the Lemonade Stand." And that title makes perfect sense, ...
  • Week 6 - Competitive Output
    Welcome to your sixth week! This module we continue our discussion of the firm by focusing on those firms working in a perfectly competitive (or competitive) environment.
  • Week 7 - Firms with Market Power
    So, why is it that when you fly the person sitting next to you in the plane probably paid a different price for the ticket than what you paid for it? And why does Starbucks charge so much for its coffee even though you can buy coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts for almo...
  • Week 8 - Public Goods, Common Resources, and Externalities
    And so we have arrived at the last week. This course has gone too fast! This module we will be discussing market failures. A market failure is a situation when the market does not do a good job of distributing resources among members of society. In fact, in al...

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Intervenants

Dr. José J. Vázquez-Cognet
Clinical Professor
Department of Economics

Éditeur

L’université de l’Illinois à Urbana-Champaign est fondée en 1867 (UIUC). Le campus principal de l’université de l’Illinois est situé dans les villes jumelles de Champaign et Urbana, à deux cents kilomètres au sud de Chicago. 

Cette grande université est classée parmi les plus prestigieuses mondialement par divers moyens de mesure, comme le Center for World University Rankings qui la place 22ème mondialement pour la période 2020-21.

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