About Course

Countless firms have used the well-established principles of managerial economics to improve their profitability. Managerial economics draws on economic analysis for such concepts as cost, demand, profit and competition. It attempts to bridge the gap between the purely analytical problems that intrigue many economic theorists and the day-to-day decisions that managers must face. It now offers powerful tools and approaches for managerial policy-making. It will be relevant to present here several examples illustrating the problems that managerial economics can help to solve. These also explain how managerial economics is an integral part of business. Demand, supply, cost, production, market, competition, price, etc. are important concepts in real business decisions.

What Will You Learn?

  • Explain the nature and scope of managerial economics
  • Identify the role of economics in decision making
  • Discuss the concepts of economic analysis
  • Identify the determinants of demand
  • Know the basis of demand
  • State the law of demand

Course Content


  • Introduction
  • Lesson 1.1: Meaning and Definition of Managerial Economics
  • Lesson 1.2: Nature of Managerial Economics
  • Lesson 1.3: Scope of Managerial Economics
  • Lesson 1.4: Economic Principles Relevant to Managerial Decisions
  • Lesson 1.5: Relationship of Managerial Economics with Decision Sciences Notes
  • Lesson 1.6: Central Problems of an Economy
  • Assignment

Chapter Two: Unit demands

Chapter Three:

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Material Includes

  • Well organized lessons
  • Integrated Q & A Student-Teacher Forum


  • You Must Enroll to Access Lessons
  • Internet Access
  • Laptop or Desktop PC
  • Dedicate Extra Study Hours a Week
  • Turn in Assignments on Time

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