ECON 455. Economics of Regulated Industries
A study of the rationale, methods and impact on industry behavior of government regulations including public utility regulation and antitrust policies relating to monopoly and competition in the United States. Prerequisite: ECON 385 or permission of instructor; and ECON 331 or ECON 345 (to use ECON 345, students must have permission of the ECON 455 instructor).
ECON 331. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory