Syllabus - Temple University Department of Economics Course Outline Economics 601 Microeconomics Dr Gary Bowman Broad Street Campus Fall 2005

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Temple University Department of Economics Course Outline Economics 601 Microeconomics Dr. Gary Bowman Broad Street Campus Fall 2005 Wednesday 7:25-9:55 Office: Campus Broad Temple University Philadelphia, PA 19122 Bldg. Ritter Hall Annex Room 835 Phone (215) 204-5026 Fax (215) 204-8173 Email [email protected] Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday1-1:30 and 2-2:30; Wednesday 6-7 P.M.; or by appointment Prerequisites for Economics 601 include knowledge of intermediate microeconomics and knowledge of basic calculus (one year) and linear algebra notation. The objective of the course is to develop the student’s ability to apply microeconomic theory to model and to solve economic problems. All examinations are closed book, closed notes, and closed cell-phones. For examinations you may use a simple calculator (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) which is not programmable and which does not have long term memory. (For examples: a scientific calculator is OK; a present value-interest rate calculator is not OK.) A calculator is useful for solving homework applications and problems (approximately
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Syllabus - Temple University Department of Economics Course Outline Economics 601 Microeconomics Dr Gary Bowman Broad Street Campus Fall 2005

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