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important that you understand that not attending is very likely to lower your grade and, more crucially, your understanding of the material. It is your responsibility to get any material that you missed and yours alone. I will not provide lecture notes under any circumstances. Tests : There will be 2 exams for this course. The 2 nd exam will contain elements of the first, i.e. you should consider it cumulative. There will be no make-up exams permitted in this class except in the most extreme of circumstances as determined by me. For medical situations, appropriate documentation must be provided. Grade Distribution : Your grade will be based on the above components as follows: Homework 30% Midterm Exam 35% Final Exam 35% 1
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Tentative Course Timeline: Week 1 April 2 Introduction 4 Introduction Week 2 9 Overview 11 Overview Week 3 16 Demand of Labor 19 Demand of Labor HW #1 Due Week 4 23 Demand Elasticities 25 Demand Elasticities Week 5 30 Frictions in Demand May 2 Frictions in Demand HW #2 Due Week 6 7 MIDTERM 9
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