Module code: ECON 1541
This module is designed to teach students the key mathematical and statistical techniques that will enable them to understand the models and arguments used within micro and macroeconomic theory and application.
The course will divided into two sections, starting with an introduction to the basic mathematical concepts such as elasticity used in demand and supply models and maximising profit functions:
The second part of the course will comprise of an introduction to statistics methods and their use in making sense of the economic data that students will use in an applied context:
Contact hours per student per year
Additional Costs: No extra costs other than purchase of books and a scientific calculator
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