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syllabus-2306-003spring10 - Economics 2306-003 Principles...

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1 Economics 2306-003 Principles of Microeconomics Spring 2010 Instructor Office Email Phone Dr. Xiaoli Liang COBA 317 [email protected] (817) 272-3383 Office Hours Website Class Room Class Meets TuTh 3:30pm-4:30pm/appointment http://www.uta.edu/webct COBA 149 TuTh 9:30am-10:50am Course Objective : In microeconomics, we focus on how individual consumers and producers make decisions, and how consumers and producers interact through the market process. This course is intended to convey how economists think about problems. It covers the basic concepts and tools needed to undertake the analysis of such problems. Textbook : The text used in this class will be Microeconomics, Brief Edition by Campbell McConnell, Stanley Brue and Sean Flynn, 18E. However, older versions of the textbook are completely acceptable. Supplementary handout materials will be distributed in class. Course Website : Course related materials will be posted on WebCT. The URL is http://www.uta.edu/webct . Please follow the instructions on the page to log in and contact [email protected] for any technical support. Note that only registered students can log in. Communication : The instructor may use WebCT and MavMail to communicate with students. Attendance: Students are required to attend each class and exam and are expected to come to each class with their assignments completed. Anything discussed in class is testable unless otherwise notified. Any student who must miss a class is responsible for securing any and all assignments for coursework missed. Classroom Etiquette: Please respect your fellow students and the instructor by doing only class-related activities inside the classroom. Please silence your cell phones and refrain from non class-related talking during class time. I disfavor the use of laptops during class time because I believe they inhibit classroom participation and present a distraction to other students. Please refrain from instant messaging, e- mailing, surfing the Internet, playing games, writing papers, doing homework, etc., during class time.
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