In markets, prices act as rationing devices, encouraging or discouraging production and consumption to find an equilibrium. In this course, you will learn to construct demand curves to capture consumer behavior and supply curves to capture producer behavior. The resulting equilibrium price “rations” the scarce commodity. Additionally, the course examines the ways in which markets are subject government intervention and the impacts of these interventions.
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wonderfull experience to learn about firm level economics with Larry one of the best sir who taught me in a very easy way thank you
Great course and one the best professors in the business. One day I hope I get a chance to hire Larry's Tree Trimming Service.
Another great course from Professor DeBrock. Intuitive and concise, the two Firm Level Economics courses may have been my favorite to date. Thanks, Professor DeBrock!
I found it very interesting and useful. Easy to understand and grade ourselves with flexibility in watching videos. Thank you
关于 管理经济学和商业分析 专项课程
In order to effectively manage and operate a business, managers and leaders need to understand the market characteristics and economic environment in which they operate. In this specialization, you will build a solid understanding of the operation of markets and the macro-economic environment with real-world examples. You will be able to identify firm and country-level economic factors that impact business decisions, develop an analytical framework using statistical tools, and apply economic theory and data in the analysis of business environment and trends to make effective business decisions.