This course addresses important questions about how economics can help inform decision making, such as: What is the role of trust in strategic interaction between individuals or firms? How can a firm adapt its advertising or selling techniques in the face of competition? This course builds a systematic way of thinking about questions like these, grounded in microeconomic theory as it relates to the strategic nature of decision making, in order to give you the confidence to increase your understanding and develop the skills to continue learning.
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
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- Band 3
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