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3. Global Population Trends (cont.) Econ/Demog C175, 2010. Ronald Lee
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 2 Announcements Problem set 1 is posted, due on Feb 2 by 2:10 pm BEFORE lecture starts. Post your questions/issues to the bspace forum or send an email to GSIs ( 175gsi@gmail.com ). You can use other spreadsheet programs if you don't have Excel. Sections for Problem Set 1: check prev ppt or bSpace for times. Ron Lee will hold office hours this afternoon and Thurs as per regular schedule Next GSI OH Thursday, Jan 27, 12:30-2 (Justin) Thursday, Jan 27, 5pm+ after section (Jenny) Monday, Feb 1, 2:30-4 (Aaron)
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 3 I realize some of you have a long way to go for your next class. However, please do not leave in the five minutes before end of class. I finish on time, and when people get up to leave at 3:28 rather than waiting until 3:30, it is disruptive.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 4 Reading for next time Gary Becker, "The Evolution of the Family," Chapter 11 of Gary Becker, A Treatise On The Family (Harvard University Press, 1981) pp.237-256.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 5 Reading to learn or review consumer demand theory: indifference curves, budget constraints, concepts Robert S. Pindyck and Daniel L. Rubinfeld (2009) Microeconomics (7th edition) pp.67- 88, 120-122, mid 531 to mid 534. Start doing this reading, too.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 6 Enrollment, Waitlist, Drops etc. Following students will be dropped if they don’t send email right away Last four digits of SID 0608 5793 0684 2169 5563 4785 7036 5943 8912 Send email right away to: 175confirm@demog.berkeley.edu with your LAST NAME, FIRST NAME in the subject line and the last four digits of your STUDENT ID in the body. If you are dropped, but you actually do want to remain in the class, please email the address above explaining the situation. Only one person currently on the wait list; all will get in.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 7 All those definitions of measures from last lecture Period and cohort, TFR, GRR, NRR and life expectancy are all defined in the glossary on bSpace, under Resources.
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8 iClickers iClickers, quizzes, and grading: grading will be on participation in various class activities involving the clicker, not on whether answers are right or wrong. I expect to start counting participation next Tuesday, Feb 2. There will be about 23 remaining lectures after that. I will ignore your worst two lectures for the grade on participation . If you have a problem with your clicker you can get technical support at support@iclicker.com or call 866- 209-5698. If you don’t have a clicker, try to choose answers
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