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Introduccion A La Economia Politica. Apuntes De Clases Y Ejercicios. Borrador

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  • Fernando Rubio


Este es un curso de economía política enfocado desde el punto de vista del administrador, pretendiendo mostrar los conceptos básicos del tema que son relevantes para la administración de la empresa. De esta manera, se utiliza la grafica y las matemáticas solo como una manera de aclarar los conceptos. Primero se presenta el objetivo de la economía, mostrando el funcionamiento y limitaciones de los sistemas político económico. Posteriormente se estudia la microeconomía. En particular, la oferta y la demanda en un sistema teórico de competencia perfecta, mostrando como se origina la demanda y la oferta. Luego se estudian sistemas de competencia imperfecta, en particular el monopolio, mostrando sus características y sugiriendo como pueden estos ser transformados en sistemas de competencia perfecta. Finalmente, se estudia la macroeconomía. En particular, se estudia tanto las políticas económicas en una economía cerrada como en una economía abierta.

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Paper provided by EconWPA in its series General Economics and Teaching with number 0402002.

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Length: 121 pages
Date of creation: 20 Feb 2004
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpgt:0402002
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