Not too easy. Not too difficult.
She is a great orator. If you study the notes and study the practice exams she gives out, you will get an A at an Ivy League class.
I learned a lot about Pareto efficiency, Economies of scale, market equilibrium, and much more.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Study ahead of time, know your whole semester schedule ahead of time and go to teacher's office hours to get adjusted to their methods. Very important since every teacher is different. I once wrote a paper that got a great grade in one class. Wrote the same style of research paper for another class, but didn't get as good a grade because theirs was more of an op-ed style, not research style. After that, I started presenting my early work to the teachers and they would correct me. I got way better grades.