The aim of the course is to explore some recent developments in the field of Industrial Economics, using a rather formal (mathematical) analysis.
The course covers the following topics: modern industry structure and performance; non-cooperative oligopoly models; cooperative games; product differentiation and monopolistic competition; non-linear pricing; limited and asymmetric information; regulation and deregulation.
Economics 60 credits (at least 45 credits finished when the course starts). At least 20 credits in Economics have to be on level G1F. TOEFL test result, minimum score 213(CBT), 550(PBT) or 79(iBT) or an IELTS test result with an overall band score of minimum 6,0 and no band score below 5,0. The English test is COMPULSORY for all applicants except citizens of Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and USA.
University credit points.
Economics with progression G2F (First cycle, has at least 60 hp course/s on first cycle as entry requirements).