ECON BC 1003x and y Introduction to Economic Reasoning
Covers basic elements of microeconomic and marcoeconomic reasoning at an
introductory level. Topics include Individual Constraints and Preferences,
Production by Firms, Market Transactions, Competition, The Distribution of
Income, Technological Progress and Growth, Unemployment and Inflation, the
Role of Government in the Economy. Note: Students cannot get credit for
ECON BC1003 if they have taken the Columbia introductory
course ECON W1105 Principles of Economics.- H. Zarghamee, S.
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Social Analysis (SOC)..