L1 - Economics 101:Principles of Microeconomics Professor...

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Economics 101:Principles of  Microeconomics Professor Jo Hertel Lecture 1 The syllabus. What is economics and what will we do in this course? What is economics? – Several definitions How we do economics – Introduction to using models
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2 Syllabus (1) Krugman/ Wells: Microeconomics , Worth Publishers, at the University Book Store The UW book store sells a stand-alone or a version bundled with a Study Guide, containing many extra, worked out problems. Course web site: www.ssc.wisc.edu/~jhertel/101.htm Homeworks will be posted on this website on Wednesdays Lecture notes and readings will be posted here as well Head TA: Yasushi Asako (L2) asako@wisc.edu and Ker Zhang (L1) kzhang2@wisc.edu TA assignments are posted on course website Attending other discussion sections: with permission from the TA you’re transferring to
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3 Syllabus (2) - Requirements Required readings: from textbook and selected outside readings (outside readings only required if so indicated on the website) The primary material for exams is the lecture. Problem sets, 10% of your grade. Problem sets are due 9pm on Wednesday. Late problem sets will not be accepted under any circumstances. Hand in problem set to the TA whose section you’re officially enrolled in TA mailboxes on 7 th floor of Social Science Building, opposite room 7226 A single homework can be turned in for groups of 3 or fewer. But all group members must have the same TA .
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4 Syllabus (3) - Requirements Three in-class midterms and a final exam: all multiple choice. The final exam is cumulative. Your final grade consists of problem set grades (10%) your best two midterm grades (50%) your grade on the final exam (40%). There will be no make-up exams for the midterms. The class will be graded on a curve. The syllabus contains a section on how the class is graded. Please read!
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5 To get help… Discuss the material with friends. Ask your TA.
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Hansen during the Fall '07 term at Wisconsin.

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L1 - Economics 101:Principles of Microeconomics Professor...

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