Microeconomics

Studijní plán: Finance a řízení - kombinovaná forma, platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od ZS 2019/2020

PředmětMicroeconomics (MIEa-1)
GarantujeKatedra ekonomických studií (KES)
GarantIng. Veronika Hedija, Ph.D. ( bachanov@vspj.cz )
JazykAnglicky
Počet kreditů5
Ekvivalent
Prezenční studium
Přednáška2 h
Cvičení2 h
Kombinované studium
Tutoriál / přednáška8 h
Cvičení6 h
Studijní plán Typ Sem. Kred. Ukon.
Finance a řízení - kombinovaná forma, platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od ZS 2019/2020 P 1 5 kr. Z,ZK
Finance a řízení - platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od ZS 2019/2020 P 1 5 kr. Z,ZK

Sylabus

  • 1. Introduction into Economics
  • 2. Market, Demand and Supply
  • 3. Consumer´s Behaviour Theory – the Introduction
  • 4. Consumer´s Equilibrium, Demand Analysis
  • 5. Firm’s Production Function
  • 6. The Costs Analysis
  • 7. Firm´s Revenues, Profit Maximization Rule
  • 8. Perfect Competition Firm Equilibrium
  • 9. Imperfect Competition, Monopoly´s Equilibrium
  • 10. Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition
  • 11. The Input Market and its Characteristics
  • 12. The Labour Market
  • 13. The Capital Market
  • 14. Selected Problems of Microeconomics

Doporučená literatura

  • Student support in LMS Moodle
  • MANKIW, N.G. Principles of Economics. 8th Edition, Boston: South-Western College Pub., 2017. ISBN 978-1305585126.
  • SAMUELSON, P.A., NORDHAUS, W. D. Economics. 19th edition, McGraw-Hill Education, 2009. ISBN 978-0073511290
  • SCHILLER, B.R., GEBHARDT, K. The Micro Economy Today. 14th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education, 2015. ISBN 978-1259291814

Anotace


Summary


The course aims to familiarize students with basic knowledge of microeconomic theories and to create a basis for independent economic thinking. The lectures are focused on the interpretation of basic concepts, contexts and causes of selected economic phenomena. The seminars are dedicated to practising individual topics on specific examples.


Knowledge: Students are able to describe the subject of economics, to explain the essentials of the economic efficiency and market failures, to describe the alternate mechanisms of economic coordination and to explain their functions. Students are further able to define the market, the market supply and demand, and to draw them. Students are also able to describe factors influencing the market changes and their impact on the market subjects´ behaviour.



Skills: Students are able to consider the probable impact of the government policy, international conflicts and other phenomena on the consumers´ and firms´ behaviour. Students are able to apply the theory to a firm´s reality.



General competencies: Students are able to work and to make decisions on their own, they are able to create and interpret their own opinions.

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