ECO 1311

ECO 1311 is part of the UD Core Curriculum and introduces students to basic economic concepts as well as invites students to examine the ethical dimension economic activity.  Students in ECO 1311 read original texts including Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations, and Pope St. John Paul II's Centesimus Annus.

Practice Questions for ECO 1311 Students:

Supply & Demand









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