Public Sector Economics
An introduction to the principles of microeconomics for public sector policy analysis and management. Students are introduced to economic principles, including supply and demand; household behaviour and consumer choice; production; labour and capital markets; competition policy and regulation; market failures and government intervention; income distribution and taxation. Topics include the national income and expenditure accounts, unemployment and inflation.
- Credit will be granted for only one of ADMN 310, ADMN 403, ECON 103, ECON 103C, ECON 180, ECON 201, ENGR 280 (if taken prior to May 2012).