Innovation, Markets and Industrial Change OpenCourseWare: A Free Bachelor Level Course by The Open University

Published Feb 15, 2009

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'Innovation, Markets and Industrial Change' examines technology's impact on manufacturing and business. The Open University offers this free OpenCourseWare through the OpenLearn Initiative, targeting undergraduate business and economics students.

Innovation, Markets and Industrial Change: Course Specifics

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Innovation, Markets and Industrial Change: Course Description

'Innovation, Markets and Industrial Change' begins by examining advancing technology's effect on the amount and kinds of products consumers demand, and at what price. Focus then shifts to the supply side of the market. Readings cover how technology changes the costs of doing business and the production structure. Review questions end each section. Basic algebra may be helpful for understanding the economic analysis. This intermediate level undergraduate OpenCourseWare requires approximately 15 hours to complete.

The OpenCourseWare includes readings, discussion and review questions. If you are interested in taking 'Innovation, Markets and Industrial Change,' go to the technology in economics course page.

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