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Economics for Managers
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- 30 May 2022
The University of Notre Dame Australia is committed to delivering an excellent student experience, alongside a high standard of teaching, research, and training. As a leader in ethical education, Notre Dame aims to develop students’ critical reasoning and their ability to make ethical decisions—crucial skills to progressing their careers and leading purposeful lives. At Notre Dame, students navigate their future with an ethical education online.
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At the completion of this course you should be able to:
1.Demonstrate an understanding of the key terms and theoretical relationships employed in the science of economics
2.Deploy these economic terms and theoretical relationships to derive an understanding of business and social problems
3.Delineate the most important of the many strengths and limitations of the economic way of reasoning
- Nature and significance of economic reasoning; market efficiency of resources allocation
- Effectiveness of tax regimes
- Efficiency of market structures
- Environmental damage
- Government provision of public goods
- The macro-economy
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
This course is concerned with the nature and significance of economic reasoning. Students are taught to employ economic reasoning to attain a greater understanding of social, business, and leadership topics. These topics include market efficiency of resources allocation; effectiveness of tax regimes; efficiency of market structures; environmental damage; government provision of public goods; and the macro-economy.
Continuous assessment 50% Final Exam 50%
- Class and Online Discussion (10%%)
- Mid-Semester Exam (20%%)
- Microeconomics Essay (30%%)
- Macroeconomics Essay (40%%)
Current study term: 29 May 22 to 18 Jul 22
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