1.  The development of theories of the firm Behaviorial theories, postkeynes and institutional theories. (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture: The development of theories of the firm Behaviorial theories, postkeynes and institutional theories. 

2.  Model of firm theories  Baumol model, Wiliamsons utility model, maximizing revenues and sales, Cyert and March model. (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture:Model of firm theories Baumol model, Wiliamsons utility model, maximizing revenues and sales, Cyert and March model 

3.  Asset and capital structure, depretiation and effect of accumullation, multiplicator of amortization, optimal capital structure. Golden rule, WACC weighted average cost of the capital. Operating Leverage and its importance in managing costs, Financial Leverage and its importance rationalize the capital structure (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture:Asset and capital structure, depretiation and effect of accumullation, multiplicator of amortization, optimal capital structure. Golden rule, WACC weighted average cost of the capital. Operating Leverage and its importance in managing costs, Financial Leverage and its importance rationalize the capital structure. Golden rule. 

4.  Theoretical background of business performance and methods of measuring (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture: Theoretical background of business performance and methods of measuring.Modern approaches to measuring business performance  Discounted cash flow (discounted cash flow), Cash Flow Return on Investment  CFROI, Cash flow return on investment Modern approaches to measuring business performance  Discounted cash flow (discounted cash flow), Cash Flow Return on Investment  CFROI, Cash flow return on investment 

5.  Theoretical background of business performance and methods of measuring (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Theoretical background of business performance and methods of measuring EVA (Economic Value Added)  Method Value Spread (accounting model)  EVA equity The relationship of economic categories MVA (Market Value Added)  EVA (Economic Value Added 

6.  The firm equilibrium in terms of various competition (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture: The firm equilibrium in terms of perfect competition. The firm equilibrium in terms of perfect and imperfect competition. Profit maximization in perfect competition 

7.  The firm equilibrium in imperfect competition. Profit maximization in case of monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition. Price discriminations. (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture: The firm equilibrium in imperfect competition. Profit maximization in case of monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition. Price discriminations. 

8.  Degree of cost effectiveness in the theory of economies of scale (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture: Degree of cost effectiveness in the theory of economies of scale,economies and diseconomies of scale 

9.  Determination the cost of capital.Estimate the cost of equity  the discounted dividend model (Discounted Dividend Model);Estimate the cost of equity  Capital Asset Pricing Model CAPM (Capital Asset Pricing Model). Capital Asset Pricing Model APT (Arbitrage Pricing Theory) (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Lecture: Determination the cost of capital.Estimate the cost of equity  the discounted dividend model (Discounted Dividend Model);Estimate the cost of equity  Capital Asset Pricing Model CAPM (Capital Asset Pricing Model). Capital Asset Pricing Model APT (Arbitrage Pricing Theory) 

10.  Production function in short run and in longrun, economic and allocation efficiency. CobbDouglasova production function.Break  even point analysys. (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Production function in short run and in longrun, economic and allocation efficiency. CobbDouglasova production function.Break  even point analysys. 

11.  Cash flow (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Cash flow direct and indirect method of cash flow 

12.  Analyze of parcial outputs of firm (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Analyze of parcial outputs of firm production factors analyze, labour productivity analyze, analyze of production process effectivity,analyze of wages..... 

13.  Presentation of projects related to business economics theories (allowance 3/0) 
 a.  Presentation of projects related to business economics theories 
