1607225 INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS
Course Description :

Prerequisite: (1607110)

The course covers the theoretical and applied areas of industrial economics, including: Employment in the modern industrial system,   Patterns of industrial development in advanced and developing countries,   Analysis of markets, cost conditions, product differentiations, market structure and pricing behavior, Objective of industries, growth, financing, investment, research and development and innovation, Merger and market structure,  Public policies towards market structure.
Department :Business Economics
Program :Bachelor of Business Economics
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
1607225 Industrial Economics.pdf    
 

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