Study Guide for MidTerm #1

Study Guide for MidTerm #1 - Study Guide 1, Economics 200,...

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Study Guide 1, Economics 200, 1 SECTION 1 Style: 25 Multiple Choice Questions. Subject: Class Notes 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A Points: 75 Points Total (3 Points Each) Hints: -Two questions come from CLASS LECTURE portion of Homework I-VI -Two questions come from Warm-Up Slideshows Classes 1A-9A Topics from Class Notes : I. Introduction a. Define: -Economics b. Three Questions of Economics II. Theory and Philosophy a. Define: -Theory -Economic Theory, including Micro vs. Macro -Economic System -Capitalism, including synonyms -Epistemology -Essentialist Epistemology - Nonessentialist Epistemology -4 Components of Theory (AMCP) III. History of Economic Thought a. History of Thought Jigsaw Puzzle b. Conservative i. Most Famous Proponent, Book, Year ii. General Overview (including Classical and Neoclassical Theory) c. Liberal i. Most Famous Proponent, Book, Year ii. General Overview d. Radical i. Most Famous Proponent, Book, Year ii. General Overview IV. Neoclassical Assumptions a. Scarcity i. Define:
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