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Introductory Microeconomics



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Block 1 - Introduction

Unit 1 Introduction to Economics and Economy
Unit 2 Demand and Supply Analysis
Unit 3 Demand and Supply in Practice

Block 2- Theory of Consumer Behaviour

Unit 4 Consumer Behaviour: Cardinal Approach
Unit 5 Consumer Behaviour: Ordinal Approach


Unit 6 Production with One Variable Input
Unit 7 Production with Two and More Variable Inputs
Unit 8 The Cost of Production

Block 4- Market Structure

Unit 9 Perfect Competition: Firm and Industry‘s Equilibrium
Unit 10 Monopoly: Price and Output Decisions
Unit 11 Monopolistic Competition: Price and Output Decisions
Unit 12 Oligopoly: Price and Output Decisions

Block 5- Factor Market

Unit 13 Factor Market and Pricing Decisions
Unit 14 Labour Market
Unit 15 Land Market

Block 6- Welfare, Market Failure and the Role of Government

Unit 16 Welfare: Allocative Efficiency under Perfect Competition
Unit 17 Efficiency of the Market Mechanism: Market Failure and the Role of the State

IGNOU BECC - 101 Study Material

IGNOU BECC - 101 Study Material  

IGNOU BECC - 101 Books- All those candidates who are in search of the courses of IGNOU BECC-101 Reference Books


Important details  IGNOU BAECH course:

  • IGNOU offers BA Economic Honours degree under CBCS pattern.

  • This is a three years Undergraduate degree program.

  • You will get Maximum 6 year to complete this course.

  • IGNOU follows the credit system for offering BA Economic Honours program.

  • One credit is equal to 30 hours of learners’ study time.


In order to complete the BA (Honours) Degree in Economics, you need to earn 148 credits in six semesters (three years).

  • First and second semesters: you will have to complete 22 x 2= 44 Credits

  • Third and fourth semesters: 28 x 2= 56 Credits

  • Fifth and sixth semesters: 24 x 2 = 48 Credits


Also, the syllabus of BA Economics (Honours) involve different courses and in or earning 148 credits, a student has to study courses from the following categories:

  1. Core Courses (CC)

  2. Discipline-Specific Electives (DSE)

  3. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC)

  4. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

  5. Generic Electives (GE)

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