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Department of Economics

EC102 Course Guide

This is an introductory course in microeconomics and macroeconomics for those expecting to take further courses in economics.

Course Content

Michaelmas Term: Supply and demand: consumer choice; characteristics of individual market demand; information & signalling; altruism & cooperation; theory of the firm; perfect competition, monopoly & price discrimination; externalities & property rights; public goods.

Lent Term: Measurement of the aggregate economy; money & inflation; trade & exchange rates; unemployment; economic fluctuations; stabilization policy; government debt; growth & development.

Note: Graduate Teaching Assistants (who are often PhD students) will teach classes on this course.

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