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1 Introduction to Finance Economics 71a: Spring 2007 Lecture notes 1 Course Syllabus Contacts Prerequisites and other courses Who should take this course Readings Exams/grading Topics Contacts Professor Blake LeBaron [email protected] www.brandeis.edu/~blebaron www.brandeis.edu/~blebaron/classes/econ71a Sachar 204, 736-2258 Office Hours (or by appointment) Monday/Wednesday 11-12 TA:Gillian Kagin [email protected] Prerequisites and Other Courses Prerequisites Econ 2a (Principles of economics) Math (basic algebra) Statistics means, expected values variances correlations
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2 What is the course about? What function do financial markets serve? How do investors make decisions? How do firms make decisions? How should you approach finance and policy decisions in the future? Who should take this course? Primarily intended for noneconomics majors Good for those who want basic finance information and
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