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BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics
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BAEB602 Subject Introduction: Microeconomics

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  • 1. SUBJECT INTRODUCTION BAEB602 MICROECONOMICSPREPARED BY:NUR SUHAILI RAMLISCHOOL OF MARKETING ANDENTREPRENEURSHIPFACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
  • 2. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONSYNOPSIS  This subject provides an understanding of basic of both microeconomics and microeconomic analysis. Conceptual tools of economic analysis such as scarcity, demand and supply will be introduced, followed by a study of consumer behaviour, product market and resource market. The equilibrium level of national income, business cycle, unemployment, inflation and monetary and fiscal policies will be discussed, followed by a study of international trade. Slide 2 of 10
  • 3. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION  the university requirement subject according to the MQA. This subject is prepared students to understand the basic understanding of economics where it relates to everydays lifestyle. getting familiar with issues in order to have an understanding of how the economy operates Slide 3 of 10
  • 4. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONSYLLABUS  Chapters in this course:  Chapter 1 Introduction to Economics  Chapter 2 Demand and Supply  Chapter 3 Markets Equilibrium  Chapter 4 Theory of Consumer Behavior  Chapter 5 Theory of Production  Chapter 6 Production Cost  Chapter 7 Perfect Competition and Profit Maximization  Chapter 8 Theory of Monopoly  Chapter 9 Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly and Cartel Models  Chapter 10 Market Failure and Remedies Slide 4 of 10
  • 5. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONLEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of this subject, students should be able to:  Student can understand the basic understanding of microeconomics concepts  Student can analyze basic concepts in micro and macro economics  Student can integrate the knowledge about economics elements such as demand theory, supply theory, equilibrium and elasticity.  Student can apply the relationship of demand and supply into various market structures and the theory of production.  Student can practice the factors that influence economy and its scenario within a country (the banking system and monetary system)  Students can apply the basic concepts in macroeconomics such as inflation, national income, international trade, roles of government and economic growth. Slide 5 of 10
  • 6. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONCONTACTS  NAME: MISS NUR SUHAILI RAMLI  SUBJECT CODE: BAEB602  CLASS CODE: 01-201105D300051  Email: nursuhaili.ramli@gmail.com  PH, Table number 5  Facebook: Suhaili Ramli (Su Agger) http://facebook.com/suhaili.ramli Slide 6 of 10
  • 7. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONASSESSMENT STRUCTURE  Student will be assess according to the following:  Final examination 40 %  Coursework:  Assignment 1 (Individual) 10%  Assignment 2 ((Individual) 10%  Assignment 3 (Individual) 10%  Assignment 4 (Group) 20%  Attendance 10% (Dateline for all coursework: 19 August 2011 at 5pm)  Total marks 100% Slide 7 of 10
  • 8. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONRULES FOR MY CLASS  When, attending the class:  Please make sure you REGISTER the course.  Please make sure your name is in the list. If your name is not in the list, please REGISTER as soon as possible.  Make sure you sign for attendance.  Do not ask your friend to sign for you. Even if you coming late, please sign in yourself.  After attending the class:  Make sure you understand the topic discussed  Make sure you know if there is any task to complete.  Please make sure the due date for ALL the assignment is 19 August 2011.  If you’re absent:  On medical: Please provide supporting documentation e.g. MC  Other emergency purpose: Provide a formal letter with supporting documentation. Slide 8 of 10
  • 9. SUBJECT INTRODUCTIONTASK 1  Prepare a one page contain of the following: (Submit next class) Photo  Name:  Phone:  Address:  Email:  What is your mission? Slide 9 of 10

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