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A detailed study of sectors of the Canadian economy and of economic policies in Canada. Monetary and financial issues will be presented in various contexts and from various viewpoints. Traditional microeconomic theory of the firm, industrial organization, consumer and price behaviour, allocation of resources will be analyzed. (3,3,0)

Credits:
3.0

We will engage in an analysis and discussion of major concepts, theories, perceptions and policies related to how economic systems work, how wealth is created and distributed, why there are business cycles, how government intervention affects us, how markets work, why trade is important, why we speak of developed and underdeveloped areas....

Credits:
3.0

 

A career oriented course using a practical approach to the study of the principles of microeconomics. Topics covered will include supply and demand, resource allocation and economic issues.

Credits:
3

The course emphasizes the practical approach to the study of aggregate concepts in economics. Topics include national income, money and banking, fiscal policy, monetary policy, inflation, employment, international trade and public policy.

Introduction to the workings of financial markets with special attention to the role of money and financial institutions such as banks, functioning of the financial system; money and what it does to financial instruments and their characteristics; consumer choices among financial instruments; what determines interest rates; role of financial...

Credits:
3.0

This course will consider the role of natural resources in the BC economy. The economics of the province’s major natural resources and the design of policies for their use will be analyzed. Topics include; overview of the BC economy; natural resources and the economy - macro and micro perspectives; examination of resource sectors; forests,...

Credits:
3.0