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Econ 1: Principles of Microeconomics I. Administrative Information Lecturer: Francisco Azeredo Office: NH 2028 Office Hours: TW 11:00 – 12:15 Email: azeredo@econ.ucsb.edu Teaching assistant: Ben Hansen Office: NH 2044 Office Hours: TBA Email: bhansen@econ.ucsb.edu Class: MTW 9:30 – 10:55am PSYCH 1824 TA section: R 9:30 – 10:55am PHELP 1425 R 12:30 – 1:55 pm GIRV 1119 Class Website: www.econ.ucsb.edu/~azeredo
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II. Course Material Required Text: Frank, Robert H. and Ben S. Bernanke, Principles of Microeconomics, 3rd Edition (2007). McGraw-Hill / Irwin III. Homework Homework will be assigned on Mondays and will be due on the following Monday in the beginning of class . Late homework will not be accepted. An answer key will be posted on the website every Monday.
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IV. Exam dates Midterm: Wednesday, July 11 th Final: Wednesday, August 1 st Both exams will be in class. There are no make up exams. All exams and quizzes will be closed book and the use of calculator is not
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Unformatted text preview: allowed. V. Evaluation Grading is based on a midterm, a final, and homework assignments. The breakdown is as follows: Homework: 30 points Midterm: 30 points Final: 40 points VI. Reading Strategy Ideally students should read the chapters assigned in this syllabus before class. No more than 30 min are necessary. If you cant do that, reading the lecture notes is another possibility. It is not necessary to understand every concept. In fact, its a good idea to ask in class about the issues you did not understand during your first reading of the material. Do the assigned homework so that you can do well on the exams. VII. Email policy Please do not email instructor and/or the TA for your grades and scores. Grades and scores will be given in class and in section only. Contact Ben first if you have questions about exams, grades and any other class information. If Ben can not answer your question, please contact me....
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2008 for the course ECON 01 taught by Professor Azeredo during the Summer '07 term at UCSB.

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