ECON:315 Managerial Economics.

A study of the application of economic theory and methods to business and administrative decision-making processes, emphasizing the role that economic analysis plays in managerial decisions. Quantitative methods and tools—such as simple regression analysis, statistics, time series forecasting models, linear programming and spreadsheet packages—are introduced to assist students in gaining better insight into the methods of economic analysis and the applications of managerial economics to real-life decisions. Students may earn credit for only ECON:313 or ECON:315. Prerequisites: ECON:105, or ECON:201 and ECON:202. 4 SH.