ECON 130 Principles of Microeconomics v3.pdf

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Any form of cheating or plagiarism will not be tolerated. Any student caught cheating on quizzes or exams will be given an F letter grade for the course and will be reported to the university. KOKUA Program Students with any disabilities are encouraged to contact the KOKUA Program at UH. If you have special needs or requests, please inform me in the beginning of the course. KOKUA: 808-956-7511. Tentative Schedule (subject to change) Week Main Topics Chapters to read ahead Notes 1 June 12 Introduction to Microeconomics: Comparative Advantage, and Supply & Demand 1, 2, 3 Quiz 1 2 June 18 Price Determination, Elasticity, and Taxes & Subsidies 4, 5, 6 Quiz 2 3 June 25 Price System and Price Ceiling 7, 8, 10 Midterm June 29 (Covering Ch. 1-8, 10) 4 July 2 Cost & Profit Maximization, Competition, and Pricing Strategy 11, 12, 14 Quiz 3 5 July 9 Monopoly, Oligopoly, and Game Theory 13, 15, 17 Quiz 4 6 July 16 Public Policy, Economics, and Asymmetric Information 19, 21, 24 Final exam July 20 (Covering materials post- midterm) Enjoy the course! Although grades are involved, it s more important that we are gaining skills to apply economics to real world situations. You are learning to make decisions like an economist!
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