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Here are a compilation of all the key elements to this course for the final from when I took it last semester, sorry for the coffee stains! But it's still clearly visible:)
And here is my link to my page with all my notes
2 days worth of notes (lecture 17 and 18) from the week of March 30th. Includes all the graphs and tables that are not included in the printed notes.
All the written notes for lectures 19 and 21.
Written notes for lectures 21 and 22
Written notes for lecture 23
37 pages of everything you need to know to ace Professor Kangs Final. May be a few pages out of order. Not hard to figure it out. Hope it helps!
Don't stress if you missed class, or just don't feel like going! I am here to take the notes for ya! Everything on the lecture slide, and points stressed present.
The first week of notes for Microeconomics
This bundle includes personal book notes from our assigned Chapter 1 reading from the textbook. This bundle also includes Professor Liedholm's detailed in-class lecture notes for Chapter 1.
These notes cover book notes from the first half of chapter 4 which covered Demand. Professor Liedholm split the chapter up into two sections, Demand and Supply. The second half of the bundle includes today's lecture notes on Demand.
These notes cover the rest of chapter 4 book notes as well as in-class lecture notes with included iClicker questions. These notes covered Supply, Equilibrium, and Shifts on graphs.
These book notes cover Demand Elasticity, Supply Elasticity, and their applications.
These notes cover Professor Liedholm's Lecture on Elasticity regarding demand.
These notes cover Other Elasticity Measures Relating to Demand, Income Elasticity of Demand and Cross-Price Elasticity of demand.
These notes cover elasticity, graphs, price ceilings, and price floors
Study guide for Exam 1
Here are takeaways from Chapters 1 and 2 of Real Economics for Real People for Professor Ballard's ECON201 class. Main topics of the chapters include defining economics, opportunity cost, and comparative advantage.
Here are takeaways from Chapters 3 and 4 of Real Economics for Real People for Professor Ballard's ECON 201 class. Main topics of the chapters include supply, demand, equilibrium, and price controls.
Here are takeaways from Chapters 5 and 6 from Real Economics for Real People for Professor Ballard's ECON201 class. Main topics of the chapters include international trade and elasticity.
18 question study guide including an answer key. Covers the main topics learned in the class.
Fall 2009, Fall 2012, Fall 2015, Fall 2016 for Exam 1with answers.
Fall 2009, Fall 2012, Fall 2015, Fall 2016 for Exam 2 with answers.
Fall 2007, Fall 2011 Final Exams with answers.
Key concepts for Exam1, Exam2 and Final exam.
Problem Sets on D2L with answers from 3 to 10.
These notes cover an introduction to the firm, the goals of a firm and the production function.
These notes cover the firm, production and costs
These notes cover firm's costs, unit costs, average fixed costs, marginal costs, average total costs, shapes of curves, and relationships between MC< AVC and ATC
These notes cover Long run costs, industry (market) structures, and revenue
These notes cover Profit maximization, total revenue and total costs, unit revenue and unit costs, green rule, and shut down rule
These notes cover completing short run, shut down, supply curve, and long run analysis
Study guide for Exam 2
These notes cover comparing monopoly and perfect competition and the efficiency of markets and economic welfare analysis.
These notes cover reviewing economic welfare analysis, comparing perfect competition and monopolistic competition and lastly, price discimination
These notes cover Game Theory (Oligopoly (continued)), degree of collusion and demand
These notes cover a monopolistic competition review, comparing the four industry structures, and government regulation of industry
These notes cover the market for labor
These notes cover all aspects of the labor market
These notes finish the labor market and begin income distribution
These notes cover World Trade
These notes cover Measuring imports and exports, Trade and economic welfare, and Trade policy
non-syllabus week notes (week 2 supply/demand etc.)
These notes will be covered on exam 1