||Microeconomics: Microeconomics consists of the analysis of the behavior of economic agents and the implications of their interactions. The course explores the basic topics of consumers and firms behavior and optimization, market equilibrium, and choice under uncertainty. Public Economics: Learn the main principles and applications of welfare economics and political economy, including modern incentive theory in the public sector and related issues in behavioral economics. Strategic Management: The aim of the course is to introduce the student to the main concepts and thought processes in strategic management. Strategy will be studied as a general management task, developing strategic awareness and strategy skills within the strategic analysis, formulation and implementation stages of the strategic decision-making process. Strategy is about clear thinking rather than the blind use of concepts and techniques.