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ECO 301 Introduction to Economics is an Economics course at UT taught by the following professor: Schneider. 3 elite notetakers have produced 5 study materials for this Economics course.
These are the notes for Professor Dima Shamoun's first Lecture regarding the Ten Principles of Economics. I will try to Upload a typed version of the notes every Sunday.
These are the notes for this week's lecture. This is for Professor Dima Shamoun's Introduction to Economics (ECO 301). I will post a handwritten version and a typed version every week.
These are the handwritten version of Professor Shamoun's lecture on "Thinking like an Economist". I will post the typed version briefly.
These are the typed version of the notes for Professor Shamoun's lectures last week. Important definitions are highlighted in yellow.
These are today's handwritten notes for Professor Shamoun's lecture on "Gains from Trade". I will post a more clear typed version at the end of the week.
These are Thursdays' handwritten notes from Professor Shamoun's lecture about Supply and Demand.
Here is the typed Version of last weeks notes for Professor Shamoun's lectures. I apologize for the tardiness, these notes have tons of graphs and tables and took a little longer than regular outline notes.
These are the handwritten version of this week's notes from Professor Shamoun's notes.
These are the notes for this week's lectures on the Supply curve and the combination of the Supply and Demand Curves.
This is the Ultimate Study Guide for next week's Midterm. This cover guide covers exactly what will be on the exam, which is everything from chapter 1 to chapter 5. Good Luck!
Here the notes from last week about elasticity. I technically uploaded these notes last weeks, as this chapter was on the study guide, but here are the notes separately with a little more detail and examples.
Here are this week's notes from Professor Dima Shamoun's lecture.
Here the notes of chapter 6 from this week. I combined the notes from last week with this week in order to have all of chapter 6 together. These notes were tedious to make because of the graphs, but all of the visuals make it a good review to what appears to be on of the most difficult topics of this semester.
These are these weeks notes for Professor Dima Shamoun's notes. These Notes include content from Chapters 7, 8 and some of 9, as those are the ones we covered on Tuesday and Thursday, These notes were tedious to make, but definitely worth it.
Here are the notes for this week's lectures. These cover Chapter on Externalities and the chapter on Public Goods on Common Resources
These are these weeks notes. I will also upload a study guide soon for the Midterm.
Hey guys! This here is the ultimate study guide for this Tuesday's Midterm. It has every concept that will be covered in the test. Good Luck!
Good afternoon ECO 301 students. Here is the study guide for our Final on Monday. This covers everything from the beginning of the semester to the end. This guide goes into close detail on all of the concepts covered by Professor Dima Shamoun. I must apologize, however, as I have a single gap on the monopoly chapter, as I haven't had the time to work on those notes. Nevertheless, this 49-page study