Lecture Slides 1 - Principles of Microeconomics(Econ...

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Principles of Microeconomics Instructor: Chandra S Dhakal ([email protected]) (Econ 130-010, Fall 2016) 11/30/16 1
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Syllabus (Econ 130) Class Time: 8.30 Am -9.20 Am ( MWF) Office hours: 10 Am - 12.00 noon (M) or by appointment Course outlines : Introduction to some fundamental concepts of microeconomics: Demand & supply, consumption & production, Market, People’s decisions etc. Course Objectives : Understand theories & concepts, graphs, models, economics techniques, think critically, problems solving etc. 11/30/16 2
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Textbook Introduction to Microeconomics by Edwin G. Dolan, 5th edition Principles of Microeconomics,OpenStax College http ://openstaxcollege.org/textbooks/principles-of-m icroeconomics/get Principles of Microeconomics , by Gregory Mankiw (3rd Edition) Microeconomics by Paul Krugman and Robin Wells, 3rd OR 4th Ed 11/30/16 3
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Course Website See Laulima for regular updates ( portal ) GRADING Homework 20% Quizzes 10% 1 st Midterm 15% 2 nd Midterm 15% Final Exam 30% Attendance and Participation 10% ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Total 100% 11/30/16 4
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