Economics_100A_w2010_Syll

Economics_100A_w2010_Syll - SYLLABUS Economics 100A Winter...

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SYLLABUS Economics 100A – Winter 2010 Professor: Philip Babcock Office: NH 2036 Office Hours: T 5:00-6:00, W 5:00-6:00 Course Webpage: http://www.econ.ucsb.edu/~babcock/econ100a/Econ100Aw10.html Teaching Assistants: Sara Adler [email protected] O.H. Daniel Argyle [email protected] O.H. Zachary Bethune [email protected] O.H. Charles de los Reyes [email protected] O.H. Dennie Lim [email protected] O.H. Daniel Saunders [email protected] O.H. Hrishikesh Singhania [email protected] O.H. Wei Sun [email protected] O.H. Lecture: T R 12:30- 1:45 MUSIC LLCH Sections: 12575 W 8:00- 8:50 GIRV 2115 12583 T 5:00- 5:50 GIRV 2120 12591 W 9:00- 9:50 NH 1111 12609 W 5:00- 5:50 GIRV 2129 12617 W 10:00-10:50 434 0121 12625 R 5:00- 5:50 GIRV 1116 52530 W 8:00- 8:50 GIRV 2116 52548 W 9:00- 9:50 PHELP 1260 52555 W 5:00- 5:50 GIRV 2115 52563 W 6:00- 6:50 GIRV 2112 52571 T 8:00- 8:50 GIRV 2120 52589 T 9:00- 9:50 PHELP 1508 Economics 1 and 2, or Economics 109; and PSTAT 5E; and Mathematics 34A-B. Description: Economic theory relating to demand, production, and competitive product markets with mphasis on applications of theory. e Course Material: The required textbook for the course is “Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach, 7 th edition, by Hal R. Varian, W. Norton & Company. (The workbook associated with the textbook is optional, but not required.) There are many other textbooks that could be helpful as (optional) supplements, the most widely used of which is “Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions” by Walter Nicholson.
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