201out - UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO, Department of Economics...

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UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO, Department of Economics ECONOMICS 201 (Microeconomic Theory), Section 005 Fall 2011: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8.30-9.50 in AL 211 COURSE OUTLINE Instructor: Professor J. Cuenca. Office hours : Mondays 9.30 to 12 and Thursdays 1.00 to 1.30, in Hagey Hall 206. Otherwise please call extension 33567 for an appointment. Additional office hours will be announced in class during examination periods. Communication with the Instructor : The Professor encourages person-to-person communication. E- mail messages will not be accepted as communication and none will be answered. __________________________________________________________________________________ ____ 1. COURSE OBJECTIVE : To familiarize students with the neoclassical theories of demand, production, costs, and income distribution. Economics 201 is a theory course, but efforts will be made as time permits to sample the applications of theoretical models. 2. SUBJECT OUTLINE : A 6-page handout, available in UW-ACE, specifies the SUBJECTS REQUIRED FOR THE TESTS, with page references to a non-required, recommended textbook. 3. PREPARATION : Economics 101 is a prerequisite. Also required is elementary algebra, including solving systems of two equations with two unknowns. Questions for practice and review will be made available through UW-ACE. 4. GRADING : Grading will be based on a Take-Home Test ( DUE IN CLASS on Tuesday, October 4: 10% of the course grade); a First Term Test (Tuesday, October 11: 25% ); a Second Term Test (Tuesday, November 8: 40% ); and the Third Term Test
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