This program will help learners study the behavior of consumers, firms, and governments about their use of scarce resources. The learner will explore the topic of national income determination and analyze how equilibrium national income is achieved.
Learners will deepen their understanding of the nature of consumers and firms as well as further analyze more complex microeconomic agents and their issues. Examines the peculiar characteristics of the economies of the Caribbean and focuses on their socioeconomic situation.
Learners will use the skills, knowledge, and competencies acquired in the Economics, Trade, and Finance program courses to investigate an economic issue, apply the theory, and make recommendations.