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  • Microeconomics is a branch of economics that studies the behavior of how the individual modern household and firms make decisions to allocate limited resources. Typically, it applies to markets where goods or services are being bought and sold. Microeconomics examines how these decisions and behaviors affect the supply and demand for goods and services, which determines prices, and how prices, in turn, determine the quantity supplied and quantity demanded of goods and services .

  • Course Description


    In this class, the students will gain information and technology management (ICT) foresights
    from many different perspectives: vendors, service providers, enterprises, end-users, and
    government. This means that the students will learn about not only the past, current and
    future technology trends, but also their impact on the businesses and users. The fundamental
    ICT concepts will be introduced in the class during the first-half of the class. In the secondhalf, many distinguished speakers from Computer Science Department, KARI, and KCI will be delivering lectures covering a wide range of topics in ICT and its applications. We believe that the best way to engage the students to learn and be excited about technology trends is through class projects, presentations, and class discussions. The class environment is informal and designed to encourage class participation through close interaction between instructors and students.

  • This course is designed to teach students how to design marketing strategies and how to execute marketing techniques in practice. It presents a series of marketing frameworks and tools to familiarize students with the elements of the marketing mix, and to enhance their problem-solving and decision-making abilities in these operational areas of marketing. Since you do not truly understand marketing frameworks and methods until you get your hands dirty, I will keep encouraging students to learn by doing cases and homework. To meet both practical demands at the graduate level, I would start from basic parts of Marketing Management and then spend the second half of the class teaching Pricing Strategy which consists of analytic marketing techniques, marketing strategy, and economic theory. A series of business cases, lectures, and empirical applications will help you build up a framework for developing pricing strategies. 
  • This course focuses on World & Korean ENERGY market and its
    trend. Most of all, we will study about EEWS Technology, including solar, wind,
    biomass, hydropower, fuel cell (hydrogen), nuclear, and other exotic energy
    sources. Through this technology roadmap and world market trend, students will
    get an insight of how Korean energy market can survive. A premise of the course
    is that a sustainable energy technology must be both technically feasible and economically
    viable. We will consequently investigate the technological promise and progress
    of each technology, as well as its economic opportunities and challenges. At
    the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of these energy
    technologies. 


  • This
    course intends to provide multi-methodological approach to multi-faceted issues
    concerning on Innovation Management. In short, we will examine the chain of
    value creation in the market through commercialization of new technology and
    also the success factors of those activities. We will study this topic both in
    theory and practices. 


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