PPG1002H: Microeconomics for Policy Analysis
April 13, 2014 | By Public Policy Admin |
This is a course in microeconomic theory for students in the MPP programme at the School of Public Policy and Governance. One objective of the course is to provide students with a foundation in microeconomic analysis and to demonstrate how it can be used to develop and evaluate public policy. Another objective is to increase students’ economic literacy and comfort with economic arguments. The course is designed to be accessible to all students, including those with no previous exposure to economics.
Fall (1st year)
Required of all first year students. (Both sections of this course will be offered in the Fall term, and students will be graded individually by the instructors in each part of the course.)
*Prerequisite: Knowledge of high school mathematics, particularly algebra, working with graphs and fractions.