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Consumer Theory Professor Keaton Miller Office: 535 PLC Hours: 1:30 – 3:30 PM on Tuesday E-mail: [email protected] Lecture notes code:
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Announcements Whew! Midterm is over Results posted by next Tuesday HW 5 due Tuesday, 11:45 PM on Aplia
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Time to turn the tables…
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Options for the final lecture(s) Markets without prices: Reputation, resource allocation, and recreation at Burning Man The Economics of Matching: Employment, Marriage, and Tinder Are Marijuana Taxes Too High? Evidence from Washington’s recreational market Whose values are these, anyway? The moral philosophy of economics Other things you want me to talk about? Let me know and I’ll do my best
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Adding detail to our models We've talked a lot about reservation prices and demand curves and elasticities – but where do these things actually come from?
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