Pretty easy, overall.
Examples are drawn primarily from the economy of the United States although most of the analysis is transferable to other economies. In areas in which there is considerable disagreement about economic analysis or about the nature of the real world, the courses explore the issues underlying the disagreement.
covers microeconomics: the economic decisions of individual people and firms, the determination of prices and quantities of individual goods, wages for various classes of workers, and the theoretical basis for international trade. We discuss at length government policies like taxes, subsidies, tariffs, trade quotas, and income redistribution.
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Advice for students:
This is a very easy course, all you need to do is never miss a class.