|1.||Identify, explain and synthesise core and advanced economic concepts, including recent developments in the discipline;|
|2.||Frame and critically analyse business problems by applying economic reasoning and analytical skills to make informed judgements and decisions;|
|3.||Ability to utilise economic data to address economic problems, apply appropriate empirical techniques and interpret results;|
|4.||Communicate complex ideas clearly and coherently, in written form and interactive oral form to expert and non-expert audiences; and|
|5.||Reflect on and evaluate the nature and implications of assumptions and value judgements in economic analysis and policy.|
|Report||Assignment Report (3000 words)||30%|
|Test||Mid Semester Test||20%|
|Examination||Final Examination (3 hours duration)||50%|
Principles of economics: Asia-Pacific edition (7th ed.).
Gans, J,, King, S., Stonecash, R., Byford, M., Libich, J., & Mankiw, N. G. (2018).
South Melbourne: Cengage Learning Australia.
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