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Last updated on: 2008/08/28 College of Human Ecology Cornell University Ithaca, New York 14853 Department of Policy Analysis and Management PAM 2000 Intermediate Microeconomics (Lecture 2) Fall 2008 Instructor: A. Sinan Ünür Office: 292 MVR Hall Phone: 5-2503 Email: asu1@cornell.edu Office Hours: TBA on the course web site Teaching Assistant: Eunkyeong Lee Email: El223@cornell.edu Office Hours: TBA on the course web site Class: MW 2:55 PM - 4:10 PM PLS 143 Sections: Sec 205: R 03:35 PM - 04:25 PM MVR 157 Sec 206: F 11:15 AM - 12:05 PM MLT 230 Academic Accommodations Students with disabilities are entitled to equal access in all university programs and activities. Students with disabilities should work with Student Disability Services (SDS) (clt_sds@cornell.edu ) to determine their best strategies for insuring access. The SDS website is http://www.clt.cornell.edu/ . SDS will provide you with an accommodation letter. Please provide me with a copy of that letter by September 15 th to enable me to work out with you the logistics of appropriate academic accommodations. Course Objectives The primary objective for this course is for you to learn the basic methods of microeconomic analysis through an application of models and graphs used in microeconomic theory. This class is meant to provide you with a toolbox which you can use in analyzing a variety of economic issues. While we will apply these models and methods to real world problems, this course is ultimately about the mastery of these tools. We will focus on “thinking like an economist” and approach a variety of social and economic issues from this perspective. Course Requirements To do well in this class, you must have a good understanding of intro economics, algebra and function graphing techniques. Make sure to review concepts such as equations of lines and curves, slopes and intercepts, solutions of systems of equations, functional notation and basic logic.
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