ECO 201 First Midterm Exam Review Guide

ECO 201 First Midterm Exam Review Guide - A Labor Market...

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ECO 201 First Midterm Exam Review Guide The first midterm exam is on next Wednesday, September 22 nd . It is an in-class exam and you are expected to finish 25 multiple choice questions in 1 hour and 15 minutes. Please arrive at the classroom at least a couple of minutes early. I will hand out exam copies when the class starts. No class material will be allowed to use during the exam. Please put them in your backpack and place the backpack under your seat. You can have pencil and eraser on your table. If you finish the exam early, hand in your scantron and quietly exit the classroom. Also, your homework 2 is due on the same day – please bring your homework to the class. I will collect them before the exam starts. The exam will cover Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3 and sections of Chapter 6 – they are “A Housing Market with a Rent Ceiling” (page 130 – 131, before “Inefficiency of a Rent Ceiling”),
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Unformatted text preview: A Labor Market with a Minimum Wage (page 133, before Inefficiency of a Minimum Wage) and Taxes (page 135 137, before Tax Incidence and Elasticity of Demand). We will have a review session next Monday, September 20 th . Please work out the problems in the practice exam and ask questions. Do not expect the same questions will appear in your actual exam. To do well, you shall review the class material and understand them. Please do not let your questions pile up the later chapters are built upon the previous ones. My office hours are Monday and Wednesday 10:00 11:30 am, and Tuesday 2:30 -4:30 in FSB 2023. Please make an appointment with me if you have schedule conflicts. Good luck!...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course ECO 201 taught by Professor Dunlevy during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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