Not too easy. Not too difficult.
He's a fair professor. While not a fan of repeated Q&A and not allowing laptops for notes, he is a witty and knowledgeable professor. The course is very doable and if you study and learn actively, this course can be pretty rewarding. Tests are hard, but learning is real.
From taking this course a grasp of the underlying causes of exceptional periods of economic growth or decay is introduced and reinforced. Things like the oil crisis of the 70's. Magnitudes of Great Depression versus Housing Crash. The questioning of government support for big banks. Its a rich mix of the basic economic models and the real-world examples of history.
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Advice for students:
Study your notes and take practice exams. Rabon gives you past exams to attempt yourself as well as every quiz you've taken prior. The answers are there for you to lock into your head, you just have to devote the time and energy. It can be easy to mix up terms, but with practice makes passing!