Econ25200ResourcesInfoS09 - Econ 25200 Spring 2009 Note to...

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Econ 25200 – Spring 2009 – Note to Potential Participants on Text/Resource Requirements You will be expected to have access to both: nd Edition, Pearson/Prentice- Hall (b) the related resources for Econ 25200, Spring 2009, on MyEconLab. NOTE: (1) We are using the original second edition of Hubbard and O’Brien, and NOT the new “expanded” version of the second edition. (2) For MyEconLab, register under Principles of Macroeconomics by section, that is, 0001 for the 7:30 class or 0002 for the 9:00 class. You will be expected to have this access early in the semester, and certainly no later than the end of the first week. There are multiple ways of obtaining this pair (and each way may involve a different ISBN number), and so the following information is advisory in terms of your options. The publishers (Pearson Education) have provided the following information (for Fall 2008): If you go to www.myeconlab.com , you can purchase any of the following four options
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2011 for the course ECON 252 taught by Professor Robertholand during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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