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The Course Descriptions catalog describes all undergraduate and graduate courses offered by Michigan State University. The searches below only return course versions Fall 2000 and forward. Please refer to the Archived Course Descriptions for versions prior to Fall 2000.

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MBA 814  Applied Economics

Description:
The economic view of the firm. Modeling market mechanics in supply and demand, marginal concepts, elasticity, market characteristics, pricing with market power, and strategic behavior. Applications to business problems and situations. Principal-agent relationships and wealth maximization. Offered half of semester.
Effective Dates:
FALL 1997 - SUMMER 2003


MBA 814  Applied Economics

Semester:
Spring of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 2   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 2
Restrictions:
Open only to MBA students.
Description:
Economic view of the firm. Modeling market mechanics in supply and demand, marginal concepts, elasticity, market characteristics, pricing with market power, and strategic behavior. Applications to business problems and situations. Principal-agent relationships and wealth maximization. Offered first half of semester.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2003 - SUMMER 2013


MBA 814  Applied Economics

Semester:
Spring of every year
Credits:
Variable from 1 to 3
Restrictions:
Open to MBA students.
Description:
Economic view of the firm. Use marginal analysis to analyze firms' decisions such as pricing, entry, and price discrimination. Use game theory to analyze firms' strategic behavior, priniciple-agent relationships, adverse selection, and signaling.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2013 - SPRING 2018


MBA 814  Applied Economics

Semester:
Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Credits:
Variable from 1 to 3
Restrictions:
Open to MBA students or approval of department.
Description:
Economic view of the firm. Use marginal analysis to analyze firms' decisions such as pricing, entry, and price discrimination. Use game theory to analyze firms' strategic behavior, priniciple-agent relationships, adverse selection, and signaling.
Effective Dates:
SUMMER 2018 - Open