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Preliminary Material Preliminary Material Steven J. Haider EC201 Spring 2010
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EC201-0-p2 Important material Important material Introductions See syllabus for key information Contact information Course policies (books, exams, website, grading) Schedule Things to stress from syllabus Email policy: email your TA first for most every issue Exam policy: no make-up exams—grading policy recognizes there will be conflicts Course schedule: exam dates will not change; I will adhere to the topics schedule, unless specifically announced over ANGEL
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EC201-0-p3 Course text Course text Course goals Give non-economics majors a broad view of microeconomics Prepare economics majors to take Intermediate Micro (EC301) EC301 uses much more math, including basic calculus Some tedium is unavoidable given this goal Paul Krugman The economist: Princeton University economics department; pioneer of economic geography/international trade; 1991 John Bates Clark
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course EC 201 taught by Professor Haider during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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