An analysis of current topics in Economics. Antirequisite(s): Prerequisite(s): Economics 2223A/B, 3320A/B and 3382A/B. Corequisite(s):...

The problem of scarcity and its implications, choice; opportunity cost, specialization and exchange; supply and demand; economic choices of households...

National income; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; inflation, unemployment and interest rates; money and monetary institutions; economic growth;...

Introduces students in engineering and science programs to Economics. The course makes use of calculus to examine topics including the problem of...

The economic development of Canada with emphasis on the emergence from a simple society based on staples to a complex industrial society. Topics...

The economic development of Canada with emphasis on the period since the mid-nineteenth century. Topics include: the mobilization of capital;...

An introduction to econometric description and inference which covers: descriptive statistics for cross-section and time-series samples, probability;...

An introductory course in regression analysis which covers: multivariate probability distributions; the classical linear regression model;...

A review of the economic problems of the third world and the nature of the process of economic development. Topics may include: structure of...

Topics will include savings and the financing of capital formation in the development process; the role of international trade and capital flows;...

A study of the economic history of major nations in the recent past concentrating on Europe and North America. Topics include: the early modern...

A study of the emergence of the international economy since the late nineteenth century. Other topics will include: the interwar experience; the...

This course examines economic development of the People's Republic of China since 1949. It analyses China's economic successes and failures during the...

Teaches students the economic principles that underlie and inform business decisions. Topics include input procurement, product pricing strategies,...

This course deals with contemporary microeconomic policy issues of the Canadian economy. Topics may include industrial and environmental regulation,...

This course deals with contemporary macroeconomic policy issues of the Canadian economy. Topics may include monetary policy, fiscal policy, finance,...

An introduction to mathematical economics, showing the application of linear algebra, differential calculus and constrained optimization techniques to...

An extension of the techniques of

Theories of the behavior of consumers and firms and the theory of competitive markets. Antirequisite(s): Economics 2260A/B. ...

Theories of imperfectly competitive markets and the markets for factors of production; game theory, general equilibrium and welfare economics. ...