The Minor in Microeconomics of Strategic Analysis (MESA) is designed around microeconomic theory courses pertaining to strategic decision making.

Students will learn not only core microeconomic theory, but also advanced micro theory concepts and tools pertaining to the economics of strategic decision-making, including game theory, industrial organization, behavioral economics, network economics, and the economics of information.

These are well-established fields of theoretical microeconomics that have applications in key sectors including (but not limited to) manufacturing, marketing, health, computer science, and business.

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