Lecture 13 - Introductory Economics Economics 101-300...

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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Introductory Economics Economics 101--300 Lecture # 13 Sherrie A. Kossoudji If you print the preliminary version of these slides before class, please be aware that they are likely to change right up to class time and sometimes include slides that will not be included in class.
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Please remember that reading these slides does not substitute for attending class. These slides are merely outline guides for what is discussed during the lecture.
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Schedule: Week 6 WEEK 7: WEEK OF FEBRUARY 12 TH Lecture #: 12-13 Discussion #: 6 Subjects/Concepts: Uncertainty, risk, adverse selection, moral hazard Readings: This week: For Next week: KW Chapter 18 No new readings for week of midterm exam Homework: Graded: Ungraded: Don t forget Wiki TBA Section Quizzes: None Exams: None Other Important Information: Sherrie1s extra office hours announced in lecture.
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Today’s Class Business Welfare and surplus, continued Risk, expected value, time (very beginnings) Principle concepts: consumer and producer surplus, attitudes toward risk Principle tools: the demand curve, the supply curve practice problem
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji How to get Wiki credit for February (document is also in resources, other resources) Document
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Midterm Business The midterm is from 6-8pm on Tuesday, February 19th. You MUST bring your UM student ID to the midterm. You will not be permitted to take the midterm without your ID. Discussion section numbers 301, 302, 304, 306, 308, 311 —take the midterm in Lorch Hall Auditorium Discussion section numbers 303, 305, 307,309, 310 —take the midterm in 1800 Chemistry There will be 25 multiple choice questions on the midterm and the midterm is worth 50 points.
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Midterm Support Midterm Review Sessions Saturday, February 16 th , 4:30--6:00 (JB--Chemistry, room 1200) Sunday, February 17 th , 4:30--6:00 (Kilsang--Angell Hall, Auditorium D) Individual GSIs will announce their own extra office hours Sherrie’s pre-midterm office hours in 2788 SSW Building: Tuesday, February 12 th , 3:00--4:00 Thursday, February 14 th , 12:30—2:00 Sherrie’s pre-midterm web office hours Friday, February 15 th , 3:30—5:00 Last year’s midterm, and two midterms from other classes are in resources, quiz and exam documents. More practice problem sets are resources, homework documents
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(c) Sherrie A. Kossoudji Consumer surplus is measure of the consumers’ benefit from participating in the market. It is calculated as the difference between what consumers are willing to pay for a good and what they have to pay. Remember that willingness to pay is incorporated into the demand curve. What consumers have to pay is measured by the price.
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Gerson during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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