Economics 304:

Mathematical Microeconomics (4.0 units)

Explores the theoretical framework of how economic agents make choices and what the implications of these choices are; presentation and application of analytical tools.
26319R001Lecture2:00-3:50pmMon, Wed6 of 40Fanny CamaraKAP165session dates
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