396.Syllabus.Spring.2011 (1)

396.Syllabus.Spring.2011 (1) - Corporations, Bankruptcies,...

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Corporations, Bankruptcies, and Takeovers Economics 396: Spring 2011 Section 220:396:01 (Index #47675) Monday and Wednesday 8:45 – 10:05 pm Room 022, Loree Hall, Douglass Campus Instructor: Martin K. Perry, Ph.D., J.D. Office: 106B New Jersey Hall (CAC) Office Phone: 732-932-7572 Email: perry@econ.rutgers.edu Website: http://econweb.rutgers.edu/perry/ Monday Review Sessions: FIVE Mondays at 10:15 PM after class in Loree 022 February 7 and 21 before the Midterm Exam (listed in Course Plan below) April 4, 18, and 25 before the Final Exam (listed in Course Plan below) Appointments: By arrangement on Monday or Wednesday, send an email Announcements: Check my webpage (weather problems) Electives for Majors in Economics: Despite the course number, this course is NOT one of the “upper” level electives from which you need four in order to complete the major in economics. Instead, this course is a “lower” level elective. Course Packet: There is no required or recommended textbook. Instead, there is a Course Packet of readings posted on my webpage (Teaching - 396). The Course Packet is posted in three Word files: Corporations, Takeovers, Bankruptcy. The Course Packet contains statutes and cases which I have edited for you. I have even underlined the most important parts of each statute or case. Despite that, the readings are difficult. In order to fully understand the lectures, you should read the material in the Course Packet before class and then reread the material after the lecture. We will follow the Course Plan below. Examinations (400 points): The midterm and final exam will be composed of multiple choice questions from the lectures and the Course Packet. Both examinations will be open book, so that you can use your Course Packet and notes and anything else that I post on my webpage. However, the questions will be difficult and require a clear understanding of the facts from the cases, the legal holdings, and the economics. After signing a contract with me, you will be able to use your laptop computer during the
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course ECON 396 taught by Professor Perry,m during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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