Microeconomics is the study of resource allocation at the level of individual entities and persons. It has to do with how people's choices of using time, money, and energy, all work together inter-systematically. Anyone studying law or matters of justice needs to know about microeconomics because laws so often exist to steady economic action. This course alerts students to economic realities and the many implications of the triple correlation between economics, justice, and law. It's an introductory course, but one that can be taken at a college or graduate level.
Key Questions To Be Explored:
What does economics have to do with Christ and Christianity?
How do businesses and nonprofits tend to compromise in their quest for steady economic action?
How does microeconomics relate to macroeconomics?
What economic realities do you need to pay attention to right now?