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    Sep 17, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    the reason why i am recommending this course is because the course is very new hence has market

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    knowledge of professionalism is the topic that the instructor will highlight the most

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    3-5 hours

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    the main secret needed to grantee success in this course is concentration on studies

    • Summer 2016
    • joy ender
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    • Many Small Assignments A Few Big Assignments Requires Lots of Research
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    Jul 26, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    This course is intended to provide the student with knowledge of: (i) the basic principles of economics such as the nature and scope of economics, scarcity and opportunity cost , the use of theories in economics, the market economy and the working of markets , and demand and supply analysis. (ii) the evolution of schools of thought in economics. It will also introduce the student to important aspects of the Economy of Ghana and development issues of sub-Saharan Africa.

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    The problem is non-economists, and the education establishment. As documented, they felt that teaching children basic economics—although its principles are widely agreed upon by major economists of all political persuasions—might conflict with their desire for children to graduate more disposed towards government intervention. Or, as Robert Costrell writes, some “fear that any curricular space granted to discipline-based economics will result in free-market sectarianism inflicted on our children.”

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    6-8 hours

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    In short, the objections to an accurate representation of basic, evidence-based economics were based purely on people’s political beliefs. And unfortunately, their political beliefs contradict a great deal of convincing evidence that we have about how the world works. In reality, this is even more reason to teach economics in schools. Who knows how less awful our nation’s horrific fiscal condition might be if our representatives had taken Econ 101. People should take empirical knowledge to heart, adjusting their dreams for the world to better fit the way it really is. As Harvard economist Gregory Mankiw has discussed, studying economics can make people more conservative today, not just in the 1990s. If only we could avoid turning these truths into a vicious battle between liberals and conservatives in education and elsewhere, we could think seriously about why this might be the

    • Summer 2014
    • john jui
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    • Background Knowledge Expected A Few Big Assignments Great Discussions

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