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Market Shifts in Costa Rica

overview

Economics' main idea is looking for a way to understand why we make resource management decisions. Each decision matters because they impact a country's development, production, and general advancement strategies. Moreover, through strategic economic decisions, whole groups change societal behavior and even interpersonal interaction. We call all these forces "markets." From groceries to Uber, they constantly change and affect our daily lives. This course will use Costa Rican examples to discuss how small actions trigger significant consequences based on microeconomics.

Code

ECON 3200

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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