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Microeconomic Principles: Decision-making under Scarcity

By Arizona State University via EdX

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    This course introduces you to microeconomics, the field of economics that studies the decision-making behavior of consumers and firms when their choices are constrained by scarcity. This principle of constrained decision-making is a major building block of modern economics and is the central concept around which this course is built.

    Length: 8 weeks
    Effort: 18-20 hours per week
    Price: FREE (Add a verified certificate for $49 USD)
    Provider: Arizona State University via EdX
    Subject: Economics
    Level: Introductory
    Languages: English
    Instructors: Fernando Leiva Bertran , Cara McDaniel and Jose Mendez

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