102.Syllabus.Spring.2008

102.Syllabus.Spring.2008 - Introduction to Microeconomics...

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Introduction to Microeconomics Economics 102 (220:102:03): Spring 2008 Tuesday and Thursday, 5:35 pm – 6:55 pm Hickman Hall 138, Douglass College Campus Instructor: Martin K. Perry, Ph.D., J.D. (Marty) Office: 106B New Jersey Hall Phone: 732-932-7572 Email: perry@econ.rutgers.edu Webpage: http://econweb.rutgers.edu/perry/ Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Cafeteria in Douglass Student Center Appointments: Wednesdays in New Jersey Hall Teaching Assistants: Ying Zhang Room 104, New Jersey Hall, CAC Email: yizhang@econ.rutgers.edu Yoichi Otsubo Room 104, New Jersey Hall, CAC Email: yotsubo@imap.fas.rutgers.edu Course Packet: There is no required or recommended textbook. Instead, we will use my PowerPoint lecture slides (over 500). These slides can be purchased in a Course Packet (for $30-35) from Pequod located at 119 Somerset Street, near the intersection with Easton Avenue. This Course Packet will have two slides per page. Alternatively, you can download the lecture slides from my webpage above under Teaching, 102, Lecture Slides. If you download the lecture slides, you can put them in any size and format that suits you. Preparation for Lectures: We will cover about 20 slides in each lecture. Before each lecture, you should read over the next group of slides. After each lecture, you should summarize your notes in some fashion. You can print out additional copies of the slides from my webpage in order to organize your notes. This will be particularly useful for the graphical slides. Since the exams are open book,
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