Syllabus S10 - University of Arkansas Martin Fayetteville,...

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University of Arkansas Principles of Microeconomics Jennifer Martin Fayetteville, AR Department of Economics Spring 2010 WCOB 260, Phone 575-4068 ECON 2023 002 Principles of Microeconomics Monday/Wednesday/Friday 12:30-1:20 W.J.Walker Hall 124 Course Description The very crux of economic reasoning is encompassed in microeconomics. A thorough understanding of markets and how they operate under a wide variety of conditions is necessary to comprehend the inner workings of the economy itself. Both consumer and producer behavior will be analyzed. Knowledge of their different motivations is essential to grasp greater awareness of the economic decision making process. Value and Objectives of the Course There are four main reasons to study Principles of Economics: to learn the economic way of thinking; to better understands society; to understand global affairs and to become a more informed voter. Text and Assigned Readings “Principles of Microeconomics “5 th Edition” by N. Gregory Mankiw available on Aplia In addition various assigned library readings and handouts will be given. Class Procedures This class is primarily lecture oriented with student participation in discussions and questions greatly encouraged. Office Hours Tuesday 8:00-10:00 and Wednesday 1:30-2:30 and by appointment and by chance. Attendance Policy Class attendance and participation are necessary in this class. You will not learn anything if you are not here to be taught. You are guaranteed to struggle in any college class if you do not read the assignments before the classroom lectures. Laziness and procrastination will most definitely be reflected in your grades. Inclement Weather Policy The university has an obligation to remain open in spite of inclement weather. However, that obligation must be balanced with the risk of danger to commuting students. If severe and unexpected conditions should force the University to close offices and classrooms, the chancellor will instruct the Office of University Relations to notify area media which will then publicize the decision. Unless the University is officially closed, faculty and students must make their own decisions about the safety of commuting. Adjustments to homework will be made accordingly if and only if necessary.
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Academic Honesty All students are expected to understand and adhere to the University’s policy on academic  honesty as expressed on pages 35 to 37 of the  2008-2009   Catalog of Studies  ( ) . The University’s  2008-2009 Catalog of Studies  states that "Academic dishonesty involves acts  that may subvert or compromise the integrity of the educational process at the University of  Arkansas. Included is an act by which a student gains or attempts to gain an academic advantage  for himself or herself or another by misrepresenting his or her or another's work or by interfering 
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