Business Economics (BECO)

 

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4000 LEVEL COURSES


4310. Applied Business Economics (3). Prerequisites: C or better in ECO 2302 or ECO 2305 or AAEC 2305. Economic analysis applied to business decisions and strategy. Topics may include business valuation, pricing strategy, risk management, contracts, and organizational economics.

4345. Economics of Regulation (3). Prerequisites: C or better in ECO 2302 or 2305. Study of the economic criteria of public regulation of private business with emphasis on public policy. Theories of regulation. Regulation of various markets

4366. Global Business Economics and Policy (3). Prerequisites: C or better in ECO 2302 or 2305. Examines business interaction with economic policy in a globalized world, the impact of international trade policy on businesses, and the role international businesses play in the process of economic development.

4376. Austrian Economics (3). Prerequisites: C or better in ECO 2302 or 2305. Applied topics include entrepreneurship and competition theory, regulation and anti-trust, business cycles, comparative systems and economic development, and business management.

 

5000 LEVEL COURSES


5310. Economic Analysis for Business (3). Prerequisite: Admission to M.B.A. program. Studies markets in which firms compete within the context of a global supply chain, including markets for good and services, financial markets, and labor. Emphasizes how the interactions of these markets affect the formulation and implementation of business strategies.

5345. Economics of Regulation (3). Study of the economic criteria of public regulation of private business with emphasis on public policy. Theories of regulation. Regulation of various markets.

5376. Austrian Economics (3). Applied topics include entrepreneurship and competition theory, regulation and anti-trust, business cycles, comparative systems and eco-nomic development, and business management.

5399. Global Energy Case Analysis (3). Integrates and reviews prior course material in realistic case settings. Requires strategic assessment, communication, and use of (and balance between) quantitative and qualitative information.