England wanted to reward allies avoid fighting
Proclamation line designed to protect Native Peoples from encroachment
Colonists and Natives took matters into their own hands
Response to French defeat and giving away Native lands without
Things that are valuable are things that are _scarce_
Maria spends $100 on a ticket to a concert and goes without telling her mother, who did not
want her to go, and who finds out from someone else that Maria went anyway. The
opportunity cost of the
Allow me to admit upfront that I am aware that Econ 261 does have the reputation of being a
particularly challenging course. It is not uncommon for a few students each semester to note that
they had taken the course before (without suc
Tegrity Prep for Hypothesis Testing / Mechanics and Examples
Below I have summarized the sampling distributions of the two most
common intro stat examples where we use a sample statistic to
estimate a population parameter.
^p N ( p ,
p ( 1 p )
Class Lecture Notes Module1
Professor Shari Lyman, Ph.D.
Fundamentals of Economics
This module introduces you to the fundamental issues of economics. You already know your own
personal concerns and experiences associated with the microeconomic level of be
Class Lecture Notes
GDP is Gross Domestic Product
GDP is the value of all final goods and services produced within a countrys borders by its own
citizens or foreign citizens in a given time period.
GNP is Gross National Product
GNP is the v
ECON 103 Principles of Macroeconomics
Keynesian Spending Multiplier and Keynesian Tax Multiplier
The Keynesian Spending Multiplier
The Keynesian Spending Multiplier is based on the assumption that for each additional dollar a
household receives some porti
Challenge Puzzle / related to the notion of a so-called continuous random variable.
Set Up: Imagine a target shooting example (maybe say a dart board), where just for convenience well
say the dart board has a circumference of 1m. Lets define a rv X = dist
This page is designed to extend our class handout related to dice probabilities to provide an additional set
of examples, some of which for us to complete in class and others that I recommend for you to gain
additional practice and confidence.
ECON 180 Economics
Joseph T. Crouse, Ph.D., M.B.A., CPA
Lecture 5 Discussion page 443 (Chapter 12)
Tuesday, February 16TH
In recent years, the wage gap between skilled and unskilled workers
in the United States has grown. Thi
ECON 180 ECONOMICS OF DISCRIMINATION
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS
Class Time: Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m.
Room #: BEH 119
Instructor: Joseph T. Crouse, Ph.D., M.B.A., CPA
E-mail: [email protected]
ECON 180: ECONOMICS OF DISCRIMINATION - QUIZ #3 6 QUALITY POINTS
Human capital theory suggests that everyone's income reflects individual choices about
investments in education and training.
The link between incentives and economic growth su