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MARSHALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ECON 200 - ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS FOR BUSINESS Fall 2007 Syllabus Prof. Bilin Neyapti ( e-mail : [email protected] ) Class Schedule : Monday, 8:00-9:50 am Classroom : HOH 303 Required Textbook: Essentials of Economics (and Study Guide ) S.L. Brue and C.R McConnell, McGraw-Hill, 2007. Office Hours : Mondays, 10:00–12:00 am (or by appt. - M & W only) Office Location : Accounting Building, Room: 203 * Please view Blackboard for notices and online communication. Course Description and Objectives This course is designed to inform the students about the fundamental principles of both microeconomics and macroeconomics. Understanding the decision making processes of both individual economic agents, specifically the consumers and producers, under different market systems and conditions for market efficiency will be the microeconomic issues to be investigated. Measuring and analyzing the attributes of the aggregate economy, such as inflation, unemployment and growth, as well as the roles of government and central bank policies on the economy will be the macroeconomics issues to be analyzed. Upon successfully completing the course, the student will have basic analytical tools to understand the real economic phenomena. Expectations from the Students: Reading the course material after every lecture Solving assigned homework questions after every lecture and
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