ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Ryerson University, National Post, Toronto Star

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Published on 18 Apr 2013
School
Ryerson University
Department
Economics
Course
ECN 104
Professor
Ryerson University Faculty of Arts
Department of Economics Winter 2013
The Chang School of Continuing Education
CECN 104 Introductory Microeconomics
Professional/Professionally Related Course
Anti-Requisites: C/ECN 110 and FMG 905
Instructor: Ibrahim Hayani
Email: ihayani@ryerson.ca
Blackboard: my.ryerson.ca
Course Description
This course is concerned with basic concepts of demand and supply, the theory of the
firm, and distribution of income. It includes a study of business behaviour and decision
making under various market conditions: pure competition, oligopoly, monopolistic
competition, monopoly.
C/ECN 104 and C/ECN 204 (Introductory Macroeconomics) attempt to give students a
basic understanding of the organization and structure of the Canadian economy. These
introductory courses introduce students to the basic tools of economic analysis and show
how these can be used to analyze specific economic issues and problems.
Course Materials
McConnell, Campbell R., Stanley Brue, Sean Flynn and. Thomas Barbiero (2012),
Microeconomics, 12th Canadian Edition, McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited.
See http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/highereducation/products/9780070919525/microeconomics
Course Evaluation
Evaluation consists of:
Midterm Test: 40% (in class; 2 hours – 60 questions)
Assignments 10% (mixture of multiple choice and problems. Weight of
missing assignment to be added to final exam)
Final Exam: 50% (in class; 2.5 hours – 75 questions)
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This course is concerned with basic concepts of demand and supply, the theory of the firm, and distribution of income. It includes a study of business behaviour and decision making under various market conditions: pure competition, oligopoly, monopolistic competition, monopoly. C/ecn 104 and c/ecn 204 (introductory macroeconomics) attempt to give students a basic understanding of the organization and structure of the canadian economy. These introductory courses introduce students to the basic tools of economic analysis and show how these can be used to analyze specific economic issues and problems. Mcconnell, campbell r. , stanley brue, sean flynn and. 40% (in class; 2 hours 60 questions) 50% (in class; 2. 5 hours 75 questions) Weight of missing assignment to be added to final exam) Consistent attendance is important for success in this subject. If you are absent from class, please notify me by email. You are still responsible for the material and assignments missed.

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