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ECON649/ECON991 Session 1, 2015 Assignment Due date: You must submit this assignment during your class in Week 9 (May 4 - 8, 2015) Department of Economics
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Read these instructions CAREFULLY Instructions: Answer ALL questions, clearly and in your own words. Whenever required by the question, use diagrams to illustrate your answer. Also, provide any necessary numerical calculations that provide support to your discussion or conclusions. The marks awarded will depend on the quality of the reasoning exhibited and the ability to express the argument in a concise manner. Marks: This assignment is marked out of a total of 50. You are reminded that the marks allocated for this exercise (i.e., the weighting) will count for 30% of the total marks for ECON649 students and 15% for ECON991 students. Due date: The assignment is to be handed in during your class in week 9 (May 4 - 8, 2015) If an assignment is submitted late it will receive a mark of zero (0). If you cannot submit your assignment on time because of documented illness or unavoidable disruption please consult the University’s Disruption to Studies policy: If a student satisfies the Disruption to Studies policy they will be required to complete a supplementary assessment task and this could take the form of an oral task. Plagiarism: Each assignment must represent the student's own work. In particular, this means that the written answers submitted by the student should be composed by that student. The copying of another student's
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