Third exam 20 19 100 pts quizzes term paper homework

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Third Exam (20%) Chapters 10-12 & 19 100 pts. Quizzes, Term paper, Homework, Class exercises, attendance/participation (10%) 100 pts. Final Exam (30%) Comprehensive 100 pts. Grades will be assigned on the following basis: 90% - 100% -------------------------------- A 80% - 89% -------------------------------- B 70% - 79% -------------------------------- C 60% - 69% -------------------------------- D Below 60% -------------------------------- F REFERENCES: Roger A. Arnold, Microeconomics . Roger Miler, Economics Today: The Micro View . Bradley R. Schiller, The Micro Economy Today . The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Nation’s Business, The Economist, and Daily newspapers. COURSE OUTLINE: PART I. AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS & THE ECONOMY
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The Nature and Method of Economics Chapter 1 The Economizing Problem: Scarcity, Choices & Opportunity Costs Chapter 2 Individual Markets: Demand & Supply Chapter 3 PART II. FOUNDATIONS OF MICROECONOMICS An Introduction to Microeconomics N/A Supply & Demand: Elasticity and Government-Set Prices Chapter 7 Consumer Behavior & Utility Maximization Chapter 8 The Costs of Production Chapter 9 PART III. MICROECONOMIC THEORIES (PRODUCT MARKETS) - MARKET STRUCTURE Pure Competition Chapter 10 Pure Monopoly Chapter 11 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly Chapter 12 Antitrust Policy & Regulations Chapter 19 PART IV. MICROECONOMIC THEORIES (FACTOR MARKETS) - RESOURCE MARKETS The Demand for Resources Chapter 14 Wage Determination Chapter 15 Labor Market Issues: Unionism, Discrimination, Immigration Chapter 22
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