A. Economics; B. Management. Detailed study of theoretical and policy aspects of such topics as inflation, resource and product pricing, management, market structure, government-business relations, financial markets and international trade. Prerequisite: varies according to the topic offered. May be repeated for credit with different topics.
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Fall Semester informationJeff Gropp
490AA: Tps:Valuation and Analysis of Closely Held Companies
Spring Semester informationJeff Gropp
490AA: Tps:Investigating Efficient Markets & the EMH