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m&b syllabus - Economics 3355 Edward C. Skelton Spring...

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Economics 3355 Edward C. Skelton Spring 2007 This syllabus provides an overview of the class. It also highlights the class information and advice I think are most important. If I repeat something, I probably think it is important. Some of this is subtle, some is not so subtle, and some is a little tongue in cheek. This document reflects the personality of the author and also hopefully sets the expectations for the class and what the student needs to do to succeed. Oh, and if I repeat something, it probably means that I find it important. Dig in!!! Text: Champ, Bruce and Scott Freeman. Modeling Monetary Economics (2 nd Edition) The main benefit of the book is to provide an additional reference if you have any questions on the material I have covered in class or as an aid in doing the homework. Another benefit of the book is that it is a pretty book, will look nice in your bookcase and will impress your friends. Unlike my principles classes, I do follow the book closely, so it doubles as a nice road map of where we have been and where we are going. There will be nothing on any of the tests that is not first covered in the lectures and the homework. If there is a discrepancy between a definition given in the text and a definition given in the lecture, I will grade the definition given in the lecture as correct. I will follow the
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ECON 3355 taught by Professor Skelton during the Spring '06 term at SMU.

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