Principles of Microeconomics: Social Microeconomics

Learn about the realm of public goods and game theory. You'll investigate and analyse how competitive markets, price discrimination and many... mehr...

Learn about the realm of public goods and game theory. You'll investigate and analyse how competitive markets, price discrimination and many more microeconimic concepts contribute to particular outcomes in the real world.




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In this course, we begin by your strategic thinking journey by exploring imperfect competition, price discrimination, oligopoly, and game theory. You’ll be provided with practical examples the whole way through the course to enhance your real-world application of your new knowledge. The course also explores the concept of Public Goods, specifically those goods and services that have characteristics of being both non-rivalrous and non-excludable. You’ll learn how competitive markets can produce inefficient outcomes in the presence of externalities. The categories of public goods, private goods, collective goods and common goods are also explored through the use of real world examples, promoting a great practical understanding of the topic area. If you choose to enrol, you will also investigate asymmetric information and how firms deal with the problems associated with imperfect information. There are lots of practical examples for you to watch and work through to ensure you develop a thorough understanding and are able to apply your knowledge once you complete the course. This MOOC is part of the Professional Certificate in Microeconomics. We recommend that you explore the other two courses of the program, Principles of Microeconomics and Competitive and Imperfectly Competitive Markets. The program is based on a core microeconomics course taught on campus at The University of Queensland. Don't wait to enroll and begin learning from industry experts now! If you are interested in pursuing economics further, UQx provides an accompanying Professional Certificate in Macroeconomics program running in parallel to this course. Building on your knowledge of microeconomics with this additional program will provide you with a strong foundation of economics. Overall, this course is for everyone, whether you are studying at university, a career professional interested in expanding your economic knowledge, or simply curious about global economic behaviour and what influences it.
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