Syllabus++9-22-2006+ - Class Information Economics 1...

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Class Information Class Information Economics 1, Introduction to Economics Economics 1, Introduction to Economics Fall 2006 Fall 2006 Instructor: Soheila Crane, Ph.D. E-mail: [email protected] E-mail is the best way to contact me! Office Hours: Fridays 3:00 – 3:50 p.m. or by appointment. Office: 1264 Social Science Plaza B Welcome to Economics 1    No matter what your professional and academic aspiration is, understanding the basic concepts of economics can help you gain more insight into everyday events and make better sense of the world. My goal here is to facilitate a fun, challenging, and rich learning environment for you. Please feel free to ask questions and share your thoughts about the topic. This is a fast-paced course. Your success in this course mainly depends on your active involvement in the following ways: Prepare for each class by reviewing the reading material to be covered (see Syllabus) Attend class lectures Participate in class discussions Attending discussion sections Complete assigned homework Actively seek help in understanding material (from myself, the TAs, and other students) Required Textbook Bradley R. Schiller, Essentials of Economics, 6 th edition (2006) Reading Assignments Please read the textbook chapters prior to the scheduled lecture date for those chapters. Homework and Experiment Homework is assigned, submitted, and graded through an online service called Aplia. Please see instructions on how to sign up for this service. In addition to assigned homework, you are given the opportunity to participate in an online market simulation experiments through Aplia. For this experiment, there will be one directly related set of assigned homework problems that you should complete and will be graded. You are allowed to work in collaboration with other students on your
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Syllabus++9-22-2006+ - Class Information Economics 1...

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