URSP606 Microeconomics of Planning and Public Policy

Course

Overview

Faculty Assigned
Credits
3
Term
Fall
Spring

Synopsis

Catalog Description

 

Fundamental concepts and principles in microeconomics (such as utility, demand and supply, elasticity, opportunity cost, and substitution); b) economic theories such as consumer theory and production theory; c) market failures; d) theoretical and empirical understanding of urban functions, intra-metropolitan location of activities, and the role of metropolitan planning in a market economy; e) conceptual and analytical framework for studying the function and structure of metropolitan areas.

Prerequisites

Must not have completed URSP630