A study of microeconomics and its relevance to managerial decisions in for-profit and not-for-profit enterprises. Topics covered include; demand and supply analysis, production and cost analysis, market structure and firm behavior, profit analysis, pricing practices, economic analysis of capital projects, and legal and regulatory environment of business.
You can search for an article in a journal in a database simply by typing in the journal title in one search box and at least one additional piece of information in the second search box. The example below shows how to search for an article in Business Source Complete:
As pictured above, type in the following in the database:
- In the first search box, enter the journal you want (e.g., Harvard Business Review) AND select SO Publication Name from the drop-down menu to tell the databases you want to search for that journal
- In the second search box, enter at least the first part of the article title
If you have any difficulties, for assistance.
The articles below are some of your readings, available full text online in one of two library databases.
See your syllabus for a complete listing.
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