MBA Programs with Microeconomics as Tag

Courses of Economics at Hokkaido University

Economics Macroeconomics 4 Koyama
Uchida
Kudoh Itaya
Uchida
Microeconomics 4 Ono
Hizen Ono
Hizen
Kubota
Public Finance 4 - Koyama
Political Economy 4 Okabe
Nishibe Karato
Nishibe
Hamada
Economic History 4 Naito
Takai
Miyamoto Naito
S.Tanaka
Miyamoto
Environment Economics 4 - Yoshida
Development Economics 4 - Yoshino
Econometrics 4 Sono
Kakizawa
Suzukawa Takagi
Sono
Hasegawa
History of Economic Ideas 4 Hashimoto K.Sasaki
Public Economics 4 Itaya -
Money and Banking 4 Hamada -
Labor Economics 4 Abe -

Microeconomics Course at The University of Tokyo

1102: Microeconomics Winter
Fujiwara This course covers the standard intermediate level microeconomics.

Microeconomics for Managers Course of MBA at Hitotsubashi University

ICS , Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy
[Term 2] Microeconomics for Managers (S. Lippert) (2008/Term 1&2 (Fall&Winter))

Microeconomics offers general principles and analytical tools for understanding complex business situations and optimizing decisions. The course teaches how to apply microeconomics to common management problems including designing pricing and implementing pricing strategies, competing with rivals, and structuring incentives. The course also introduces game theory and exposes students to the art of analytical modeling of business situations. The course will finally examine how to strike the right balance between profit and market share. The course does not assume previous knowledge of economics or advanced mathematics. However, the course makes extensive use of algebra (variables, functions, equations) and graphs.
Course Structure

The course is divided into three modules, as follows:
(1)Demand and pricing
(a) Fundamentals: elasticity, consumer surplus, market structures
(b) The profit equation: price, costs, units sold
(c) Non-linear pricing: two-part tariff
(d) Bundling

(2)Competition and game theory
(a) Oligopoly
(b) Industry entry, entry deterrence
(c) Signaling
(d) Attrition, bargaining

(3)Designing incentives
(a) Principal-agent model
(b) Balancing risk and incentives
(c) Managing for Profit vs. Market Share
(d) Useful tools, methods, and frameworks
Teaching Method

Cases will be used for class discussion, setting the context and illustrating real-world applicability of the concepts. Concepts will be presented in an interactive lecture format using analytical models expressed in algebra and graphs. Several problem sets will be assigned during the semester to encourage evenly-distributed learning throughout the semester, deepen and confirm understanding of concepts, and provide practice for the final exam.

Microeconomics Course at Gadjah Mada University

Microeconomics I (EKU 1133)

Description

The course covers deeper topics on microeconomics concepts and analysis.

Topics

Theories of consumer choice, consumer and producer behavior, output and input markets.

Objectives

Develop a deeper understanding of microeconomics concepts and various problems solving using hypothetical and simple empirical cases.

Microeconomics II (EKU 2135)

Description

The course builds on microeconomics with special reference to the usage of assumptions in microeconomics.

Topics

Basic assumptions in microeconomics, research on microeconomics concepts.

Objectives

Teach students to formulate actual problems into simle microeconomics models and analyze using acquired theories.

Macroeconomics I (EKU 1134)

Description

The course covers deeper topics on macroeconomics concepts and analysis.

Topics

Applying theories to macroeconomics problems, quantitative analysis of macroeconomics, and qualitative analysis of macroeconomics.

Objectives

Provide students with practices in solving macroeconomics problems based on the teories acquired.

Macroeconomics II (EKU 2136)

Description

The course examines greater depth of macroeconomics theories, including advance macroeconomics theories.

Topics

Fundamentals of economic growth process supply and demand in open economics, theory of economics fluctuations, determinants to aggregate demands, general equilibrium of product, money, and unemployment.

Objectives

Enhance students’ ability perform macroeconomics analysis in order to learn advance macroeconomics phenomena.

French (Business French) at Business School (SIFT)

French (Business French) at Business School (SIFT)

French (Business French) four years

This project is intended to cultivate advanced and specialized personnel for foreign economics and trade departments and enterprises, foreign-fund enterprises, multinationals and overseas enterprises. Students graduating from this program will be acquainted with the basic concepts and general practices of international trade and economics, while at the same time acquire solid basis of French language and convincing abilities of listening , speaking, reading and writing, especially the ability to apply French language to business field. Moreover, students will have deep understanding of French society and culture and good mastery of English communication skills.

Major courses include: French Intensive Reading, French Listening and Speaking, Survey of France, Business French, Marketing French, French Correspondence and Negotiations of Foreign Economics and Trade, French Journal Reading, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, International Trade Practices, International Finance, Business French, Marketing Rationales, Second Foreign Language.

Logistics Management at Business School (SIFT)

Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (SIFT)

Logistics Management four years ( A Sino- Australia Joint Pprogram for Second BA Degree)

This is a joint program between our institute and RMIT University of Australia, which fosters the operational personnel of international trade ,transport and logistics for international shipping companies, logistics enterprises, foreign economics and trade firms, and foreign-fund enterprises. Students graduating from this speciality will master modern economic and trade theories, logistics and transport theories, knowledge and skills and will acquire stronger ability to apply English Language.

Major courses include: courses offered by our Institute : International Economics, English Correspondence of Foreign Trade, Finance Concepts, Accounting, Managing Finance, Statistics, International Shipping Business, Ship-leasing Transportation Business and Leasing Agreement, Container Through Traffic Business, International Railway and Airplane Transport; 22 courses offered by RMIT: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Business Statistics, Business Analysis Methods, the Marketing Concepts, International Marketing, Trade and Transport Concept, International Freight Transfer, Management Skills, Trade and Border Control, Trade Finance and Insurance, Business Law International, Legal Aspects of International Commerce, International Trade-Development Project, Business Logistics, Transport Economics, Transport Management, Procurement and Material Management, Operation Management, Supply China Management, Warehousing and Distributing, Simulation and Modeling.

Certificates: After finishing studying all the compulsory courses in the teaching plan and passing all the exams, students may get BA degrees of Business-transportation and logistics Management awarded respectively by our institute and RMIT University.

E-Commerce from School of Management at Xiamen University

E-Commerce:
Operation;
Microeconomics;
Principles of Management;
Program Design; Database Design;
Internet Technology; Management Information System;
Fundamentals of E-Commerce,
E-Commerce:
System Analysis & Design;
Internet Marketing;
Logistics Management of E-Commerce