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Economic policy

ECTS Credits: 3

Duration: 35 hours

Semester: S8

Persons in charge:

Eve-Angeline LAMBERT, Associate Professor,,

Keywords: Managerial economics, microeconomics, economic strategy, analysis of demand and supply

Prerequisites:  None

Objective: To analyze the managers' decisions with microeconomic tools.

Program and contents:

This course illustrates, with economic analysis tools, the decisional problems that managers face within firms. It displays the analytics elements that guide their decisions. Departing from concrete managerial problems, optimal decisions are displayed through concepts from microeconomic theory. The course is shared into three parts:

 1) The first part studies the managers' decisions: estimation of demand, determination of optimal pricing, analysis of costs
2) In the second part, the firm is then replaced in its competitive environment; several market structured are analyzed: perfect competition and imperfect competition, notably monopoly and oligopoly?
3) The third part analyzes the sources of inefficiency of the market, and proposes examples in terms of decision-making in different possible contexts, such as asymmetric information or bargaining.



Description and operational verbs


The microeconomic environment of firms.
The tools available for managers and their decisions criteria.


The stakes of firms.


Microeconomic theory tools.


To find the optimal decisions of firms depending upon the characteristics of the market.






  • Written test
  • Continuous Control
  • Oral report
  • Project
  • Written report
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