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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 11 4. Conclude Global Trends, Start Economics of the Family Ronald Lee Econ/Demog 175 January 28, 2010 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 22 Readings for next Tuesday Claudia Goldin (2006) The Quiet Revolution that Transformed Womens Employment, Education, and Family American Economic Review 96(2):1-21. The Ely Lecture. Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 33 Readings for next Thursday Michael J. Brien and Michelle E. Sheran (2003) The Economics of Marriage and Household Formation in Shoshana A. Grossbard- Shechtman ed. Marriage and the Economy (Cambridge University Press) pp.37-54. Evelyn L. Lehrer (2003) The Economics of Divorce in Shoshana A. Grossbard-Shechtman ed. Marriage and the Economy (Cambridge University Press) pp.55-74. Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Announcements 1. The problem set is due by 2:10 in lecture on Tuesday, February 1st. Reminder: Late problem sets will not be accepted. 2. There is one remaining section this week: Thursday [TODAY] 5:00-6:00 [Seminar Room, 2232 Piedmont] Note: This section is a laptop section --please bring your laptop. 3. If you plan to attend today's optional laptop session for problem set #1, 1. please download the data the GSIs will use BEFORE coming to the Demography building as you will not have internet access there. On the bSpace page for this class, find it under Resources -> Problem Sets ->PS1: Data we'll use in optional sections.xls. Please save this file on your computer before coming to section at 5:00. 2. Please fully charge your computer before coming to section because electric outlets will be limited! Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 44 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Announcements (continued) 4. If you are using MS Office 2007 to complete Problem Set #1, you can find Excel 2007-specific instructions for creating the population pyramids on bspace under "Resources" -> Problem Set #1. 5. Sections next week will be held at the following times and locations. GSIs will review demographic concepts, provide a brief review of consumer theory and go over an application of consumer theory that will be covered on Problem Set #2 (which will be handed out on Tuesday): Monday 1:00-2:00 [151 Barrows] Wednesday 2:00-3:00 [Seminar Room, 2232 Piedmont] Wednesday 3:00-4:00 [Seminar Room, 2232 Piedmont] Thursday 5:00-6:00 [Seminar Room, 2232 Piedmont] Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 55 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Announcements (cont.) 5. Serial number unreadable on iClicker? If you have registered it before, to go iClicker.com website to use tool there to get it....
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