Econ 515 Syl - Cameron& Neal Chaps 7-10 IV The World...

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Economics 515 Professor Steckel World Economic Development I Arps Hall 439 Spring 2008 Phone: 292-5008 e-mail: [email protected] Hours: M, W 3:15 – 4:00 and by appt. Book: Cameron & Neal, A Concise Economic History of the World (4th edition) Course Web page: available on Carmen Topics: I. The Ancient and Medieval Backgrounds Cameron & Neal, Chaps. 1-4 II. The Background for Industrialization Cameron & Neal, Chaps. 5-6 III. Industrialization
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Unformatted text preview: Cameron & Neal, Chaps. 7-10 IV. The World Economy Cameron & Neal, Chaps. 11-16 There will be two essay exams: a midtern after we cover the material in Section II, and a final exam. The midterm is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday April 23 . The final exam will be given according to the university schedule, which is Tuesday June 3 at 1:30 . The midterm counts 40% and the final counts 60% of your grade....
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