Economics of Management and Strategy
0.50 Credits

This course examines the operational and strategic decisions of firms using the tools of microeconomics. The emphasis is on developing analytical models to evaluate both intra-firm organization and inter-firm rivalry. Topics covered include horizontal and vertical boundaries of the firm, markets and competitive analysis, strategic positions and competitive advantage and incentive contracts and agency issues.

Additional Course Information
EC260 or EC270 (or EC220); EC235 or EC285 or BU255/EC255; MA130 or MA103.
LocationCourse #Access/Details
Waterloo Campus EC335 T - 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. - Winter Term