|Code:||MI2 (FP mik2P)|
|Hour/sem||Lectures||Sem. Exercises||Lab. exercises||Comp. exercises||Other|
|Guarantee:||Luňáček Jiří, Ing., Ph.D., MBA, IE|
|Lecturer:||Luňáček Jiří, Ing., Ph.D., MBA, IE|
|Instructor:||Chládek Libor, Ing., BA, IE|
Luňáček Jiří, Ing., Ph.D., MBA, IE
|Faculty:||Faculty of Business and Management BUT|
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| || ||Economic theories make assumptions about the way people behave. The implications of these assumptions for human actions are then traced, using logic.|
| || ||Microeconomics seeks to understand the forces influencing the choices individuals make as they cope with the problem of scarcity. Much of the analysis here is based on the assumption that human behavior is predictable. In analyzing economic phenomena, many simplifications are made to isolate the basic constraints under which persons must make decisions. The role of prices in influencing economic decisions is studied extensively in microeconomics. The aim of the subject is to teach students use the theory in practice and course will focus on consumer behavior, theory of the firm, production and costs, perfect competition, imperfect competition, game theory and factor market.|
|Knowledge and skills required for the course:|
| || ||Expect of knowledge from economics range baccalaureate studies.|
|Learning outcomes and competences:|
| || ||Student will know on advanced level systematic interpretation micro - economic tools, by the help of them it is possible analyze concrete cases market behaviors individuals and firms. In terms of subject I'll students also familiarized with using tools micro - economics analyses to evaluation effects economic policy (especially then in her structural or micro - economics parts ) on act individuals and firms.|
|Syllabus of lectures:|
- Introduction to the Microeconomics.
- Consumer Theory.
- Theory of the firm.
- Production and Costs.
- Perfect competition, Market Equilibrium.
- Imperfect competition Monopoly.
- Monopoly and Price Discrimination.
- Monopolistic Competition.
- Alternative Theories of the Firm.
- The Market for Factors of Production - Perfect and Imperfect Competition.
- The Market for Factors of Production Supply and Demand.
- Investment, Time and Capital Markets.
| || ||Study evaluation is based on marks obtained for specified items. Minimimum number of marks to pass is 50.|
| || ||Participation in exercisings continuously take control of.|