Macroeconomic Principles - Spring Semester Syllabus

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Macroeconomic Principles Course Syllabus 1. Instructor Professor Paul Rappoport 883 Ritter Hall annex 215-204-5025 (office) [email protected] 2. Course Econ 1101 Sections 19 - 27 Introduction to Macroeconomics Description: Econ 1101 is an introductory course in macroeconomics. Topics covered include the market system, national income accounting, aggregate demand, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policy, and employment. This course requires knowledge of elementary algebra and the ability to work with graphs. The class has 9 sections. The entire class meets Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 – 10:50 in Gladfelter L013. Recitation sections meet on Fridays: Section 19 meets Friday at 9:00 to 9:50 in 34 Alter Hall Section 20 meets Friday at 9:00 to 9:50 in 300 Ritter Hall Section 21 meets Friday at 10:00 to 10:50 in 560 Ritter Hall Annex Section 22 meets Friday at 10:00 to 10:50 in 614 Gladfelter Hall Section 23 meets Friday at 10:00 to 10:50 in 200 Barton Hall Section 24 meets Friday at 11:00 to 11:50 in 560 Ritter Hall Annex Section 25 meets Friday at 11:00 to 11:50 in 8 Pearson Hall Section 26 meets Friday at 11:00 to 11:50 in 413 Beury Hall Section 27 meets Friday at 1:00 to 1:50 in 401A Tuttleman Hall
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3. In the beginning Classes run for 50 minutes. To cover all required material, classes must start on time. Students are expected to be in their seats prior to the start of class. It is the student’s responsibility to minimize any class disruptions if they come to class late. Disruptive students will be asked to leave class. 4. Office Hours Office hours are Monday and Friday 9 – 9:45 and 11 – 11:45 and by appointment. 5. Policies The following is a partial listing of University and instructor policies. a. Withdrawal University policies governing withdrawal from classes can be found at http://policies.temple.edu/list_docs.asp#S . The policy number is 02.10.14. b. Cheating and academic fraud Students who are found to be cheating on an exam, on out-of- class assignment, or on graded homework assignment will receive a grade of F for the course. Additionally, students who have violated the University’s cheating policy may find their behavior brought before the University discipline Committee. Students should be aware of the Code of Conduct rules that govern both students and faculty. These can be found at http://www.temple.edu/assistance/udc/coc.htm Policy on Academic Honesty: The section in italics is quoted verbatim from the Temple University Bulletin for 2006-2007.
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Temple University believes strongly in academic honesty and integrity. Plagiarism and academic cheating are, therefore, prohibited. Essential to intellectual growth is the development of independent thought and a respect for the thoughts of others. The prohibition against plagiarism and cheating is intended to foster this independence and respect. Plagiarism is the unacknowledged use of another person's labor, another
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course ECON 1101 taught by Professor Rappoport during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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