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S08 LEC27-1 http://www.arts.cornell.edu/econ/wissink/econ102jpw/ Announcements (Lec27 S08) LAST WEEK! More on chapter 21 NEED MORE APLIA POINTS? There are 609 graded Aplia points available and many points are still available. A bunch of “catch up” points are due, should you need them, no later than Sunday May 11. I suggest you do them BEFORE the exam, but if you can’t and still want the points – they are there for you. Policy Editorial: Send ME (at [email protected] ) a ONE PAGE editorial on what you think the presidential candidate's macro economic policy should be. Make sure to defend your position. Keep it brief and thoughtful. Imagine you are sending it to the New York Time or the Wall Street Journal. It’s worth 25 Aplia points, if I like it! Keep checking the class Web page often for lots of end-game information and updates. http://www.arts.cornell.edu/econ/wissink/econ102jpw/ Also take a look at all four S08 prelims and answer keys in addition to all the other resource materials when preparing for the final. The best study strategy? Review the posted PowerPoints together with your own class notes and then review problem sets and prelims. (Expect to see a couple of questions to re-appear from the prelims. If you did them right the first time – great, you’ll get them right again. If you blew them the 1 st time, now’s you chance to get it right! However, also be prepared for “new” problems from all the old materials and, of course, the new material.) Econ 101-dl: Need 101? Want to take it at home during the month of June with Prof. Abowd and me? See me!
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S08 LEC27-2 http://www.arts.cornell.edu/econ/wissink/econ102jpw/ CLASS and TA EVALUATIONS Please, please, please: read the email you received requesting econ department evaluations. Please click on the link provided and complete an evaluation for this and any of the other courses listed there for you. It doesn't take long. I know this is “old hat” now and the novelty has worn off, but it really helps the most if we get input from the entire class.
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