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ECON 315 Economics of Organization and Strategy

Theories of the firm with applications to management and business ethics; the firm in competition and in the macro and international environments, with emphasis on adapting to changing environments. Economics of business strategy explores industrial organization and competition, with emphasis on sources of profitability, applications of game theory, and adapting organization to setting. Economics of organization compares forms, purposes, and effectiveness, optimal allocation of decision-making, effective application of incentives. Liberal Arts.

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  • Terms: S15
  • Credit Hours: 2
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