ECN 2802G section 001
Principles of Microconomics
Office: Coleman 2365
Office Phone: 581-6329
Office Hours: 8:00-8:50 MW
or by appointment
TEXT: McEachern, Economics: A Contemporary Introduction, Thomson South-Western, 2006.
EXAM: Three exams and a Final. Exams consist of objective questions.
EXAM SCHEDULE: First during the 5th week of classes (Sep. 22-26, 2008)
Second during the 9th week of classes (Oct. 20-24, 2008)
Third during the 13th week of classes (Nov. 17-21, 2008)
Final on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008, at 2:45 p.m.
QUIZZES: 12 weekly quizzes @ 5 points each. There are no make-up quizzes.
COURSE GRADE BREAKDOWN: First Exam 20%
Second Exam 25%
Third Exam 25%
CLASS ATTENDANCE: Students are expected to attend class. Three unexcused
absences may affect final grade in borderline cases. Two late arrivals will count as one unexcused absence unless
I am notified ahead of time.
NOTE: If you have a documented disability and wish to receive academic
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
Chapter 1: The Art and Science of Economic Analysis
Chapter 2: Some Tools of Economic Analysis
Chapter 4: Demand and Supply Analysis
Chapter 5: Elasticity of Demand and Supply
Chapter 6: Consumer Choice and Demand
Chapter 7: Production and Cost in the Firm
Chapter 8: Perfect Competition
Chapter 9: Monopoly
Chapter 10: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Chapter 11: Resource Markets
Chapter 12: Labor Markets and Labor Unions
Chapter 16: Public Goods and Public Choice
ATTENTION: At the students' requests, here is the REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAM (chapter 16 is on the list)
If time permits:
Chapter 17: Externalities and the Environment
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