Economics 224

Module code EKN 224
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Module content

Microeconomic insight is provided into: consumer and producer theory, general microeconomic equilibrium, Pareto-optimality and optimality of the price mechanism, welfare economics, market forms and the production structure of South Africa. Statistic and econometric analysis of microeconomic issues.

Module credits 16.00
NQF Level 06
Service modules Faculty of Education
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
Prerequisites [EKN 110 GS & EKN 120] OR [EKN 113 GS & EKN 123 & BME 120 GS or STK 110 GS or (STK 113 & STK 123 & STK 120/121) or #STK120/121 OR WST 111 & WST 121 are prerequisites instead of STK 120/121 or WST 111 and #WST 121.
Contact time 3 lectures per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Economics
Period of presentation Semester 1

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