Professor, Economics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Entrepreneurial course taught by Professor Gottheil
Economics and Entrepreneurship
This course will focus on the role the entrepreneur plays in almost every stage of micro analysis, that is, in the course’s analysis of production costs, of profit maximization, of price determination under conditions of monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition, and perfect competition, of regulation, of wage determination, of rent and the interest rate. It is a matter of making explicit, in as much detail as possible, what is already implicit in the analysis. Entrepreneurship will be developed as an integral part of the course’s reading material and lecture discussion.
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