Economics 114 (Microeconomics)

The basic economic problem, economic systems and the foundations of the market economy are among the first topics that will be dealt with. Introductory microeconomics, including market equilibrium, elasticity, demand and supply theory and different market forms will follow. The module concludes with a look at market failures and the labour market.

Prerequisite module: None

Credits: 12

Classes: 3 lectures, 1 tutorial

Module convenor: Debra Shepherd <[protected email address] >

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26 October 2020
Last week was quiet on the domestic data front. Even so, risky assets outperformed. This included the rand exchange rate, which ignored idiosyncratic weakness in peer currency the Turkish lira. The rand was also immune to a further worsening of the COVID-19 situation in Europe. Renewed concern about the Eurozone (EZ) GDP outlook was reflected in a pullback...

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26 October 2020
Last week was quiet on the domestic data front. Even so, risky assets outperformed. This included the rand exchange rate, which ignored idiosyncratic weakness in peer currency the Turkish lira. The rand was also immune to a further worsening of the COVID-19 situation in Europe. Renewed concern about the Eurozone (EZ) GDP outlook was reflected in a pullback...

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