Basics of Microeconomics

Topic Microeconomics
Title Basics of Microeconomics
Target Group Managers, supervisors or executives who want to get basic ideas about Microeconomics
Trainer Erkin Momunov
Learning outcomes After attending this course, participants will be able to:

·         Understand basic microeconomic definitions;

·         Understand why and where we use it without even knowing it;

·         See the difference between Micro and Macro;

·         Use this knowledge in everyday life and work.

Previous knowledge Basic knowledge in Economy
Description This course is designed specifically for all those who are striving for professional development, career growth and want to become a real manager in an enterprise, and everyone who wants to know how to use Microeconomic concepts in everyday life and work.
Content 1.    General concept of the Market Economy;

2.    Consumer behavior;

3.    Good-Money characteristics;

4.    Market;

5.    Market of imperfect competition, its mechanism;

6.    Production;

7.    Labor Market;

8.    Capital and Land Resources;

9.    Market of perfect competition;

10. Theory of Organization;

11. Uncertainty of the Economy

Participants 10 max.
Duration 1 day
Time 12.06.2018
Location THE CACTLE at AKSU

 

 

14.09.2018 trainer CACTLE ERASMUS + Erkin Momunov held a MASTER CLASS on the theme “MICROECONOMICS IN EVERYDAY LIFE” within the framework of the CACTLE ERASMUS + project at the AKSU for representatives of leading companies and entrepreneurs of Kyrgyzstan. MASTER CLASS is designed especially for all those who are striving for professional development, career growth and who want to become a real manager at the enterprise, and everyone who wants to know how to use microeconomic concepts in everyday life and work. The coach represented:

1. The general concept of a market economy;

2. Consumer behavior;

3. Good money;

4. The market;

5. Market imperfect competition, its mechanism;

6. Production;

7. The labor market;

8. Capital and land resources;

9. The market of perfect competition;

10. Theory of organization;

11. The uncertainty of the economy

At the end there were interesting discussions on various topics. The participants noted the excellent organization of the MASTER CLASS, an innovative approach, a high level of involvement and a general positive background, at which the event and the quality of the presentation of the material takes place. And in conclusion the participants filled in the questionnaire.

 

Coordinator of the CACTLE ERASMUS +

Specialist of the educational department of the Institute of Economics and Management

AKSU

Albanbaeva Dzhyldyz Osmonkulovna