Economics of Strategy & 
Managerial Decision Making


February 18 - April 14, 2020

Tuesdays, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Eastern
Live Online

Economics of Strategy & Managerial Decision Making covers the integration of economic theory with business practice to facilitate decision making, problem solving, and planning. More course information

Early-Bird Registration*:

NABE Member**:  $650
U.S. Government Employee: $700
Non-Member**: $800

*Early-Bird Deadline: January 15, 2020; Advance Deadline: February 7, 2020

**An additional $50 applies for shipment of materials if located outside the U.S.



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About the Instructor

Peter Zaleski is a Professor of Economics at Villanova University where he has served on the faculty since 1987. He primarily teaches Microeconomics, Economics of Strategy, and Econometrics/Statistics at the undergraduate, MBA, and executive levels. He served as chair of the Economics Department from 2002-2007. 

He is the author, or co-author, of over twenty scholarly publications. Dr. Zaleski’s research has focused on the economics of business strategy in general. His earlier research analyzed the impact of market structure on pricing in the face of increasing input costs. He has also analyzed the impact of market structure on political strategy. Current work involves the financing preferences of startup firms, and the growth of the biotechnology sector.

Dr. Zaleski frequently serves as a consultant to several Fortune 500 companies. His recent consulting work has primarily been in the area of pricing strategy in differentiated oligopolistic markets. His focus is on building market models to estimate the acceptance of new products and new product features and determine the optimal price. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland.