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Courses available for the economics-major students can be categorized into 8 groups as follows:

1. Economics of Development and planning
01101311 Economics of Development and Planning 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282 
Meaning and measurement of economic development. Characteristics of developing economies. Internal and external economic factors and others which significantly influencing economic development. Obstacles to economic development. Case study of economic development and planning in Thailand by focusing on characteristic, process and other relavances.
01101312 Thai Economy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282
Basic structure of Thai Economy and its current performance.
01101313 Economic History 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 1)  01101181 and 01101182 or 2)  01101101
The evolution in economic and social structure of the developed region. Analysis of problems in economic and political system from feudalism, mercantilism, industrial revolution, up to World War II.
01101314 Economic Development 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101311
General theory of development and underdevelopment. Economic growth models. Agricultural and economic development. Industrial development. Human resource development. Saving-investment and economic development. Monetary and fiscal policies for developing countries. Role of foreign trade on economic development. Foreign aid and investment.
01101315 Rural Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101182 or 01101101
Roles of rural area in economic development. Socio-economic characteristics of rural capital formation, production, marketing, and consumption. Roles of government and private sector in the development of rural economic structure. Trends of economic growth. Economic structural change and approaches to rural economic development in Thailand. Field trip required.
01101316 Urban Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282
Urban development, urban spatial structure and choosing the location of households and firms. Using the tools of economics to analyze urban issues, environment, local government finance, and remedial policies to solve these issues. Roles of community and government in urban development. Field trip required.
01101411 Economic Planning 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282
Role, rationale and types of economic planning. Planning process. Uses of mathematical and statistical models in economic planning. Macro and sectoral planning models. Community planning. Economic planning of Thailand.
01101412 Regional Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282
Hierarchy of regional economic activities between regions. Theories explaining regional disparity. Various techniques for analysing interregional economic relationship. Location theory. Theories on regional mobilization. Analysis of factor of production and output. Measures to solve region disparity. Field trip required
01101413 Project Preparation and Evaluation 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101311
Project preparation with emphasis on economic and social aspects. Economic and financial analysis of project. Identification and analysis of project benefits and costs. Project implementation. Project selection criteria.
01101414 Economic Administration 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282
Concept and principle government’s economic administration. Economic and social development plan. Structuring of the economic development organizations, the impact of monetary and fiscal policy, and politics on the country’s economic administration.
01101415 Economic Development of ASEAN Countries 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 and 01101282
Characteristics and economic structure. Economic development.  Obstacles,  planning and policies in stimulating economic development of ASEAN countries
01101416 Economics of Poverty and Inequality 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101182  or  01101101
Definition and characteristics of poverty and inequality. Their causes and resulting problems.  Measurement of poverty. Policies and measures to overcome such problems with emphasis on the case of Thailand. Field trip required.
01101417 Comparative Economic Development 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182 or 01101101
Comparison of the evolution of economic development, economic structure, social structure and political structure of countries and regions.
01101418 Comparative Economic Systems 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101282 or 01101101
Comparison of theories and practice of capitalism, socialism and other economic systems. Focusing on organization administration, institutions, values, objectives, and behaviour of each economic system.

2. Business Economics
01101221 Managerial Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
Application of economic theories and quantitative tools to firm’s decision process. Analyses of demand, cost, profit, pricing, and investment criteria. Analyses of aggregate demand, aggregate supply, economic stabilization, and economic policies for business decision making. Application of international economics for management.
01101321 Financial Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101251
Business finance and its role in the economy, the impact of monetary policies on business, financial statements, cost of capital and structure of the capital the short-term and long-term financing.
01101421 Business Economics Forecasting 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101371
Basic business economic forecasting, model selection for forecasting, forecasting with multiple regression, time-series decomposition, choosing forecasting techniques.
01101422 Economics of Financial Risk Management 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101171, 01101181 and 01101182
Financial risk and its effect on business and economy. The use of derivatives in financial risk management. Forward contracts, futures, options, and swap. The analysis of benefits and concerns from risk management.
01101423 Marketing Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281
The role of marketing, marketing process, analysing the marketing environment, consumer behavior, marketing research and information, estimating and forecasting market demand, identifying market segments and selecting market targets, production and costs, market structure and designing marketing strategies, pricing, managing marketing channels, marketing promotion and international marketing.
01101424 Business Economics of Strategy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
Economics and strategy. Business firm operation in the modern economy. Economic concepts for strategy. Economic and public policies affecting strategic management and business policy. Analysis of macroeconomic environment. Industry analysis and business strategy. Business organization analysis and strategy.
01101425 Business Economics Ethics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
The relationship between business economics and social ethics. Developments of social ethics from personal to organization and institutional levels. Ethics, efficiency, and the market system. Ethical responsiveness to business and economic stakeholders. Ethical issues related to politics and socio-economics, economic policy, environment, human rights and corporate good governance. Trend of social ethical standard and its application for business and economic developments.
01101426 Real Estate Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
Demand and supply of real estate sector. Analyses of real estate markets. Real estate development and investment. Real estate business sector and economic system. Economic factors affecting real estate business sector. Real estate business sector and economic and public policies.

3. Human Resources and Industrial Economics
01101231 Labour and Industrial Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101182 and 01101281
Definitions, categories and components of labour. Supply and demand for labour. Labour market. Employment and wage determination. Role of labour in industrial economy. Structure of industrial economy.  Importance of industrial development and factors affecting industrial development. Study of industrial organization. Relationships among structure, conduct, and performance, with the interaction from basic conditions and government policies. Theories and policies of labour and industrial development.
01101232 Introductory Transportation Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
Meaning and scope of transportation economics, significance and role of transport system in the economy. Economic characteristics of road, rail, air, water, and pipeline transportation. Fundamental theories of transportation economics. Government transport policy, rules, regulations, and legal issues. Contemporary Thai transportation problems and development. Field  trip required.
01101331 Economics of Industrial Organization 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Economic principles applied in industrial organization. Relation among market structure, conduct and performance. Firm behavior and performance. Game theory, advertising, research and development, market barrier to entry, integration and merger of firms, pricing strategies, market strategies, role of information, and government intervention.
01101332 Economics of Human Resources 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Theories and concepts in economics of human resources. Investment in human resources. Education. Training. Migration and health. Government policies on human resource. Economic development and income distribution. Human resources and globalization.
01101333 Logistic Management Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101232
Principles of traffic control and their application in commerce and industry. Managing transportation business and physical distribution of raw materials and finished goods. Location theory. Warehouse management and inventory control. Field trip required.
01101334 Economics of Location 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101232
Interrelationship among locations of economic activities, resources, and markets. Role of location on transport cost. Government policy on location.
01101335 Labour Market Analysis 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Analysis of labour markets. Labour movement. Employment and unemployment. Factors affecting labour markets. Policies and measures on labour markets. Problems in labour markets.
01101336 Economics of Labour Relations 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Labour relation system. Theory of conflict. Resolution of conflict in the aspect of government employee and employers.  Labour law and labour relations. Field trip required.
01101337 Economics of Collective Bargaining 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Theoretical issues and forms of collective bargaining. Strategies and practice in collective bargaining by group and by individual.
01101338 Economics of Renumeration 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Wage theory and labour welfare for industrial enterprises. Problems and issues in wage determination. Government policy and practice on wage determination and labour welfare.
01101431 Economics of Industrialization 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Economics principles for industrialization, establishing industrial enterprise industrial, growth and development. Factors contributing to industrial growth and development, industrial competitive advantage analysis, industrial promotion policy design and evaluation.
01101432 Game Theory and Its Applications in Industrial Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Basic concepts of game theory. Static games. Solution techniques for solving static games. Dynamic games. Repeated games. Games with imperfect information. Game applications under oligopoly. Location model. Entry deterrence. Principal-Agent problem. Signaling.
01101433 Labour Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101231
Labour supply theories. Theories of human capital. Labour demand theories. Wage determination and employment in various labour markets. Job search theories. Wage theories. Unemployment. Labour management. Labour organizations. Government policies related to labour.
01101434 Public Utilities Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
The evolution and development of public utilities, its laws and regulations. Management, accounting and statistical control. Forecasting and planning. Rate determination. Cost analysis. Government role in public utilities investment, particularly in Thailand.
01101435 International Transportation 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101232  or 01101101
Role of transportation in international goods and passenger movement. Operations of international air and ocean transportations. Organizations and associations controlling international transportation to raise efficiency. Problems and suggested solution. Field trip required.
01101436 Urban Transportation 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101232
Urban transport problems. Interrelationship between urban transportation planning and land uses. Urban transportation modes. Urban transportation planning processes, transportation demand and supply estimation, analysis and evaluation of urban transport system.
01101437 Transport Development and Planning 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101232
General transportation planning processes. Transportation demand and supply estimation. Transport system analysis and evaluation. The choice of transport program and project appropriate to the economy, society, and environment. Co-ordination of various transportation modes.
01101438 Transportation Pricing 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101232
Principles of transportation rate determination of various modes of road, water, and air transportation. The effect of transportation cost and rate on economic activities.

4. International Economics
01101341 International Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281
Basic theory and policy of international trade. The effect of international trade. Import tariff and export tax and their effects on the economy. Basic theory and policy of international finance, exchange rate, balance of payments, and international monetary system. The relationship between internal and external economy. International economic integration and foreign investment.
01101441 International Trade Policy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101282
Basic theory of international trade policy, both export and import. Objectives of the policy. Tariff and non-tariff trade barriers. The efficiency and distribution effect of export promotion, import substitution and other measures. The methodology of measuring effective rate of protection. Roles of the General Agreement on Tariff and Trade (GATT) in promoting free trade. Roles of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in protecting the developing countries interest. A policy to raise the bargaining power of exporting countries. Price and income stabilization policy.
01101442 Economics of International Competition 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101341
The role of international competition and international competition environment under globalization. The integration of economics theories and practices in international trade, investment, finance and economic integration. Economic policies for international competition. International price and non-price competition. Global supply chain and multinational corporations. Factors determining national competitiveness. International competitive strategy. The impact of international competition on world economy, developed countries, developing countries and transition economies. International competition policy of Thailand and other countries. The future trend of international competition.
01101443 Theory of International Finance 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101282
Theory of international finance, exchange rate system, foreign exchange market, balance of payments and an analysis of the relationship between national economy and balance of payments. International monetary system. Internal and external balance.  Foreign aid and loan.
01101444 International Finance Policy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101282
Balance of payments. An analytical framework for the flexibility of foreign debt service.  Macroeconomic and international monetary measures and policies for internal and external balance. The evolution and experience of the international monetary system up to Bretton Woods. Roles of the International Monetary Fund. Problems of foreign debt repayment among developing countries.
01101445 Economics of International Investment 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101341
Types of international investment and theories explaining causes. The economic effects of international investment on home and host countries. Measures for promoting foreign investment. Multinational corporations and government and international organization policies.
01101446 Economics of International Integration 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101341
Basic theory of economic integration, stage of international integration and theory of customs union. Welfare and dynamic effects of the international integration. The impact on the international trade and monetary policy. Conditions of integration success. The European Union and ASEAN experience.

5. Monetary Economics and Public Finance
01101251 Money and Banking 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101182
Functions and types of money. Credit and credit-instruments. Commercial banks. Central bank and other financial institutions. Financial market. International finance and the international financial institutions. Basic monetary theories and policies. Field trip required.
01101351 Public Finance 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101182 and 01101281
Role of government in the economy. Government expenditure and its effect. Government budget. Taxation. Public debt. Local government finance. A general view of fiscal policy.
01101451 Monetary Theory and Policy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101251
Monetary theories. The impacts of monetary variables on price, employment, income, interest and international balance of payment. Monetary policy for economic stabilization. Internal monetary policy.
01101452 Financial Market Theory 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101251
Functions and roles of financial markets in an economy. The importance of saving and investment. Demand and supply of financial funds. The nature of money and capital markets. The nature and types of securities in the markets : flow-of-fund account. Theory of interest rate and prices of securities. The investment decision rules. The monetary and fiscal policy and financial markets. Money markets and securities exchange in Thailand. Field trip required.
01101453 Economics of Monetary Fluctuations 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101251
Monetary fluctuations and causes. Its impact on the efficiency of resources utilization, income distribution, and economic development. Monetary stabilization policy.
01101454 Financial Institutions and the Economy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101251
Main characteristics of financial institutions in Thailand. Their behavior and role in mobilizing and distributing financial fund. Impact on monetary variables and economic development. The international financial institutions and their role in Thailand. Field trip required.
01101455 Fiscal Theory and Policy 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101351
Economics of public activities including the analysis of government functions, expenditures, as well as alternative means of obtaining revenue. Government policies for economic stabilization and growth. The relationship between monetary policy and fiscal policy. Public debt and policies for managing public debt.
01101456 Economics of Government Expenditure 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101351
Government expenditure. Theories of Public goods. Goals of Government in production and income distribution. Project appraisal in government budgeting. Impact of government expenditure. State enterprises. Field trip required.
01101457 Economics of Government Revenue 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101351
Government revenue budget. Principles of Taxation. Tax incidence and effect of taxation. Tax structure in Thailand and other countries. Taxation and economic problems. Income from state enterprises. Income from sales of assets and services. Other miscellaneous sources of revenue. Public debt. Treasury accounts.
01101458 Wealth Theory 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101251
Birth of wealth and its impact on an economy. Types of wealth: money wealth in barter, commodity money, and fiat money economy, nonmonetary wealth and its components. Wealth and consumer behavior. Wealth in macroeconomic models analysis.

6. Natural Resources and Environmental Economics
01101261 Introduction to Natural Resource and Environmental Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281
Relationship between human, natural resources and the environment; classification and principle of utilization of natural resources; economic growth, quality of natural resources and the environment; consumption, production and  environmental impacts on quality of life; solving and mitigation of the natural resource and environmental utilization problems; natural resource and environmental situations and management in Thailand. Field trip required.
01101361 Natural Resource Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101261
Natural resources as production factors and consumption goods; resource depletion and scarcity; conservation and sustainable resource uses; principles, guidelines and economic tools for natural resource management in both market and non-market system. Field trip required.
01101362 Environmental Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101261
Welfare economics; market and market failures; externalities and public goods; carrying capacity of natural resources and the environment; the problem of natural resources depletion and pollutions; effects of pollutions on quality of life;  principles, guidelines and economic tools in solving environmental problems.  Field trip required.
01101363 Economic Development and Natural Resources Utilization 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101261
Concepts and theory of economic development ; natural resources and the environment as factors of production and waste assimilating sources: the material balance model principle and toxic wastes discharged into the atmosphere; resources depletion ; cause of pollutions; status of Thailand’s and the world’s vital natural resources and the environment; impacts of natural resources and the environment deterioration; guidelines for natural resources development and corrective measures to cope with natural resources and the environment deteriorations. Field trip required.
01101461 Economic Valuation Techniques of Natural Resources and Environment 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101261
Value in economic context, market failure in valuation, benefit and cost in market and non-market economy. Principles and concepts of resources and environmental valuations; economic concepts related to natural resources and environmental valuation, preliminary-valuation techniques. Application and problems of valuation techniques used in Thailand.
01101462 Energy Resources Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101261
Definitions and types of energy in various forms; applications of economic concepts to energy topics and environmental impacts due to energy consumption and production; energy price determination mechanism; public policies in managing energy utilization and environmental impact mitigation.  Field trip required.

7. Quantitative Economics
01101171 Mathematical Economics I 3 (3-0-6)
Methods and principles of mathematics for economists. Functions, graphs, equations, system of equations, matrices, limits and continuity, of function derivatives and antiderivatives, integrations.
01101172 Economic Statistics I 3 (3-0-6)
Methods and principles of statistics for economists, comprised of descriptive statistics, graphical and tabular presentations, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, probability theory, probability distributions, random sampling, distributions sampling, and index number, with emphasis on economic applications.
01101271 Mathematical Economics II 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 , 01101182 and 01101171
The use of mathematical techniques as a tool to explain microeconomic and macroeconomic concepts by applying calculus and matrix algebra to economic problems, both static and comparative static. The use of simple mathematical models.
01101371 Economic Statistics II 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 , 01101182 and 01101172
An introduction to statistics as a tool to analyze economics data through interval estimation, hypothesis testing, statistical inference about means and proportions of two economics populations, inferences about economics population variances, tests of goodness of fit and independence, analysis of variance and experimental design in economics, nonparametric methods for economics, statistical methods for quality control in economics, and sample survey in economics.
01101372 Econometrics I 4 (3-2-7)
Pre : 01101371
Relationships between economic variables. Properties of estimators. Simple and multiple regression theories and its application. Diagnostic testing for regression. Definition and detection of multicollinearlity, autocorrelation and heteroscedasticity. Selection of functional form. Regression modeling with dummy variables. Estimation with simultaneous equation system. Cointegration.
01101373 Mathematical Economics III 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101271
Integral calculus, differential equations, and difference equations in economic dynamics. Linear programming and its applications in economics.
01101471 Mathematical Programming for Economic Applications 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 1) 01101181, 01101182 and 01101271 or 2) 01101101 and 01101271
Concepts and theories of linear and nonlinear programming for economic applications.
01101472 Operations Research for Economic Applications 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281, 01101282 and 01101271
Analysis of economic problems by using mathematical methods, linear programming, and queuing methods.  Decision under uncertainty.
01101473 Input - Output Analysis 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281, 01101282 and 01101271
Concepts and theories of input-output analysis. Its application to economic problems.
01101474 Econometrics II 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101372
Simultaneous-equations estimation, types of equation systems, identification problems, problems of contra-assumptions, ordinary least squares, maximum likelihood estimation, K-class estimators, and lagged variables. Econometric forecasting.

8. Economic Theory
01101181 Microeconomics I 3 (3-0-6)
Meaning, nature and methods of economic study. Economic problems. Functioning of the economy. Demand, supply, price, elasticity of demand and supply, application of demand and supply. Consumer behaviour and utility. Production and cost, short-run cost and long-run cost, production in the long-run and the very long-run concerning progress and pollution. Price determination in different types of market, application of price theory. Income distribution, determination of wage, interest, and return on investment ; poverty and inequality.
01101182 Macroeconomics I 3 (3-0-6)
National income account. Determination of national income. Business cycle and national income fluctuations. Theories and measures of fiscal policies. Money and banking, monetary and income analysis. International trade and finance. Unemployment, inflation, economic growth and development.  Comparative economic systems.
01101281 Microeconomics II 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181
Microeconomic principles concerning economic functioning of free-trade economic system in dealing with basic economic problems. Demand, supply, market equilibrium. Theories of consumer, production and cost. Principles of price and quantity determination of goods and services in different types of market. Determination of factor prices and principles of resource allocation.
01101282 Macroeconomics II 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101182
National income account. Determination of national income and product. Analysis of the relationship between level of output, money, and interest rate. Comparison between Classical model and Keynesian model. Business cycle theories. Growth theories. Inflation theories. Monetary and fiscal policies.
01101381 History of Economic Thought 3 (3-0-6)
Pre :  01101282
History of the evolution of economic thoughts since the time of Bible, Greek, Roman, and Medieval up to Mercantilism, Physiocrats, Classical School, Socialism, Keynes, Neoclassical, and Contemporary Schools.
01101382 Microeconomics III 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281
Mathematical analysis of consumer behavior theory, production and cost theory, market price determination theory, general equilibrium theory, welfare economics and economic model.
01101383 Macroeconomics III 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101282
Mathematical analysis in determining national income, equilibrium in demand, and supply side of the economy, static equilibrium model, wage determination and unemployment, monetary and fiscal policies, international revenue policies and balance of payments, inflation, relationship between wage, price, and output and economic growth.
01101481 Welfare Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281
Concept and basic proposals for economic welfare. Theory of welfare economics and social optimum. The application of welfare policy for social and state enterprises.
01101482 Economic Growth and Stability 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101282
Dynamic theories in economics, business cycle, and growth models. Policy impact on economic growth acceleration and stability.
01101483 Political Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 1) 01101181 and 01101182 or 2) 01101101
Basic concepts of philosophy, politics, and society. Expansion of the economy, steps of socio-politico-economic evolution process. Structure of socio-politico-economic system. Patterns of societies production. Mechanism of economic functioning in the perspective of Marxian economics and politics together with those of Lenin, Mao, and other great local and foreign economists.
01101484 Contemporary Political Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 1) 01101181 and 01101182 or 2) 01101101
Methodology for socio-politico-economic operation and application, including evolution of operation guidelines of Marxist, Lenin, and other similar schools of economics. Their applications in underdeveloped countries, with particular reference to Thailands conditions and problems by emphasizing on comparative analysis with present economic concept.
01101485 Buddhist Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101181 and 01101182
A comparative analysis of mainstream economic principles and the concept of human behavior in Buddhism: production and consumption. An application of Buddhist economics to development economics, human resource economics, natural and environmental economics, and other branches of economics. Sufficient economy. Green economy. Alternatives in solving economic problems and crises from Buddhist economic perspectives.

Research methods, selected topics, seminar, and special problems courses are as follows:
01101491 Research Methods in Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Pre : 01101281 , 01101282 and 01101371
Principle and procedure of economic research. Research methodology, problem identification, hypothesis testing, data collecting, data processing, data analysing, and research conclusion.  Computer usage in economic research.
01101496 Selected Topics in Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Selected topics in economics at the bachelor’s degree level. Topics are subject to change each semester.
01101497 Seminar 1
Presentation and discussion on interesting topics in economics at the bachelor’s degree level.
01101498 Special Problems 3
Study and research in economics at the bachelor’s degree level and compile into a written report.