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Unit name Economics for Managers
Unit code BEA683
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Business & Economics
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
Discipline Economics
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Learning Outcomes

ILO1Critically analyse key economic concepts and their application in a business environment.
ILO2Appraise and apply the economic way of thinking to explain simple economic events, decisions and actions.
ILO3Organise and communicate economic analyses and provide relevant recommendations for business and/or government policy decision making.

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern

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Assessment

Quiz (15%), Semester Test (25%), Final Examination (60%).

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