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Introduction to Microeconomics Midterm Study Guide. A collection of all the notes and need-to-know concepts for the midterm
Since we are an online course without lecture, these notes are my simplification and summation of the chapters assigned for reading each week. This set of notes for week 5 outlines both Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 of our book.
This is my note for Chapter 5: Elasticity- A measure of Responsiveness. I hope it's helpful for you !
Notes for Week 6 of Professor Haynes ECON201 course online. The notes cover Chapter 9 and 10 of the book material.
Week 7's ECON201 notes covers Chapter's 11 and 12. The Chapter's cover a number of concepts including market entry, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, duopoly, game theory, price fixing, price limiting and entry deterrence. It covered a lot of material.
These notes cover chapters 15 and 18 of the book. Chapter 15 was required for week 9 and chapter 18 for week 10. A study guide will be coming tomorrow. Finals are so close! Just to be clear these are for the online Econ201 course with Stephen Haynes.
This is my study guide for the final exam in Stephen Haynes' online Econ201 course. I went through the cheklists he e-mailed us and elaborated on all the things we need to know for the final. Good looks peeps!
Basic coverage of what the final for Microeconomics will be over
Christian Belgrave, Study Soup “Bundle of Notes” example Econ 201 Basic Concepts Economics is the study of How economic agents make choices to allocate SCARCE resources to satisfy their unlimited needs and wants o Economic agents: individuals, households, firms, societies, govt, etc o Scarce: in relation to desires and needs, existing resources are inadequate, it implies Choices must be made
EC 201 textbook notes. It has pretty much all the keywords and concepts on it.
Lecture notes for the first week of Microeconomics... basic concepts and key terms.
Week 2 Chapter 2 Lecture Notes.. Reviews Key Principles of Economics
Here's an Intro to Economics midterm study guide, covering chapters 1-5 which includes 5 basic foundations, supply and demand, elasticity, trade, and price controls. Hope this is helpful!
This final review covers Chapters 6-12 in Principles of Microeconomics, which includes topics of taxation, externalities and public goods, costs and production, competitive markets, monopoly and monopolistic competition. Great review study tool!
Notes from all of week one. (9-29/10-1)
Week two notes from lecture! Notes may contain information that you can't find on the online slides, thats a plus for you guys!
Covers lecture from this week. includes all information seen on slides that you cannot find on canvas.
These are my detailed typed lecture notes from week 1. I try to keep them very organized, easy, and detailed. I hope these notes are helpful!
These are my detailed typed lecture notes from week 2. I try to keep them very organized, easy, and detailed. I hope these notes are helpful!
These are my detailed typed lecture notes from week 3. I try to keep them very organized, easy, and detailed. I hope these notes are helpful!
Week 4 Tuesday Price Ceiling: law forbidding anyone from selling a good for more than the ceiling price
Week 5 Tuesday (NEW MATERIAL AFTER MIDTERM) Econland has been in autarky – no trade -‐Free trade means Econland price will go to world price -‐Producers want to supply 1 unit, consumers demand 9 units -‐Difference of 8 units made up by imports -‐What happens when Econland enters the world market? $ Autarky Free Change 10 D T
This study guide has 15 questions with answers, terms to be familiar with, a formula and graph figure. This should hopefully help you prepare but also understand the study guide Miller gave.
Here's Week 5's notes! We had the midterm on Monday so this is just one day of notes (Wednesday). Hope they're helpful!
Week 7 Tuesday Producer Theory Real world producer’s problem is more complicated
Week 8 Tuesday Monopolistic Competition Mob lab Thursday Monopolistic competition -‐There are many sellers -‐Products, however, are different in some way (different characteristics) -‐Firms are free to enter and free to exit -‐ex
tuesdays notes, (no class thurday)
Week 10 Tuesday Labor Factor 1: Skill-‐biased Technical Change -‐New innovations are complements for skilled labor, but substitute for unskilled labor
This study guide is a compilation of 25 questions and answers, and terms to be familiar with.
Covers class one and two- PowerPoint notes and a filled out worksheet are included.
Hey everyone! Here are my notes for the MicroEcon midterm. It includes the basic information and definitions for the test. Good luck!
Hey everyone! Here are my notes for the first week of MicroEcon with Waddell. I will be posting weekly, as well as study guides for the exams and final.
Week two notes
Week 3, includes class lecture notes, in class examples, ad midterm practice questions
This study guide covers definitions covered in class with examples as well as midterm question examples
Notes include day 7, 9, and 10 and discussion (8 was the midterm)
Lecture notes from week four
Day 10 Notes
Week 7 notes in class and discussion
This Study Guide covers definitions from the beginning of the term, question examples from in class and discussions, graph examples and tables.
Econ Class 14 + Discussion
Class 16 and 17 lecture notes
This study guide covers the notes after midterm 2 and includes the study guides from the first 2 midterms