Course: ECON 101. Economics for Everyday Life (3)

Prerequisite: Not open to Business and Economics majors or to students who have credit for ECON 160 or ECON 161. Introduction to economic principles. Explains the role of prices and profits/losses in guiding production to meet the demands of consumers in a market economy. Uses economic analysis to explain the determination of wages and employment, the consequences of international trade, the arguments for government intervention to deal with important issues such as pollution and congestion, and economic growth. The role of money in a market economy is also addressed. (Available for General Education, D1 Social Sciences.)

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ECON 101

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