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Here are my notes from the first week of Professor Yezer's Principles of Economics class! I hope you find them helpful!
This is one week's worth of notes! This includes a summary of the introduction to the textbook Microeconomics by Paul Krugman and Robin Wells as well as well-outlined notes of the first two chapters. E
Economics Foundations and Models Chapter 2, Week 2 Notes from the Hubbard & O'Brien - Microeconomics textbook.
Here are my notes from the discussion section of Econ for Week 2
Here are my Econ notes from Week two
Here's Chapter 3 Notes! There was no class on Monday so there is only one set of notes for this week, but this chapter was very math intensive. There were lots of graphs and visual aids used in the book, so I made sure to take thorough notes that would give you a deep understanding of all the key concepts! Have a good week!
Here are this week's notes for Econ!
Hubbard and O'Brien
Here is Chapter 4 for week 3! Enjoy!
Intro to Microeconomics 1011
Chapter 6 notes from Hubbard and O'Brian
Economics: Foundations and Models
Here are my notes for Econ from this past week!
These are the notes for Chapter 5: Price Controls and Quotas: Meddling with Markets. They are highlighted in two different colors in order to emphasize the key words you should know as well as the important topics that were emphasized throughout the chapter. Hope the help!
Chapter 4 Hubbard and O'Brien
Hey guys, here are the Chapter 6: Elasticity notes. This chapter was heavily math based, so I decided to highlight all of the mathematical concepts in a different color. There are three colors, one for key vocabulary, one for heavily stressed topics and concepts, and one for the mathematical points. I hope these help!
This covers the first six chapter of the textbook that will be on the midterm. The definitions are highlighted in one color and the mathematical formulas in another in order to make the guide easier to navigate. Good luck guys!
Here are pictures of my notes from class!
Professor Foster: Microeconomics
Ch. 1, 3, 4, 6 of Hubbard and O'Brien
Here are my notes for the week of 10/5!
Defines the basics of economics and explains the field and its applications by providing definitions for important terms and explanations of relevant theories.
Covers the basics of a pure exchange model including preferences, indifference curves, Edgeworth boxes, utility maximization, and imperfect information by providing definitions for important terms and explanations of relevant theories.
Covers the basics of consumer choice including utility, indifference curve analysis, and utility maximization by providing definitions for important terms and explanations of relevant theories.
Covers the basics of comparative advantage including production, opportunity cost, absolute advantage, and economic growth by providing definitions for important terms and explanations of relevant theories.
Covers the factors of production, the production possibilities curve and all related definitions and concepts.l
Covers all aspects of property claims, property rights, and the role the government has in protecting property.
Covers the aspects of the demand curve, how demand changes, what makes the demand curve shift, and different types of goods.
Here are my notes for the week of October 12th for Econ
Chapter 5 externalities, environmental policy and public goods
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Consumer Choice and Behavioral Ethics
Hubbard and O'Brien
Here are pictures of my notes from ECON during the week of October 19th
Here is my first study guide I made for Prof. Yezer's midterm on Monday.
Introduction to Microeconomics Chapter 9
Hubbard and OBrien
Comparative advantage and Gains from international Trade
Here are my notes from ECON from the week of Nov. 9th
Introduction to Microeconomics
Hubbard and O'Brian
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology – SOC401 VU Lesson 01 WHAT IS ANTHROPOLOGY? Anthropology can be best defined as the study of the various facets of what it means to be human
Here is my study guide for our Final Exam in Econ
Here are my ECON notes for the week of November 30th
Here are my notes for ECON for the week of December 7th
Intro to Microeconomics
Fall 2015 Final Review
Hubbard and O'Brien
Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 15
These notes are from the class lectures
These notes cover the material from the lectures of week 3.
These are the notes from the second week of class .
These notes cover the material from the lectures of week 4
This study guide essentially covers the concepts taught by Prof. Terrell, as well as the Microeconomics 4th Edition textbook by Paul Krugman and Robin Wells.
It includes diagrams, pictures, and sayings copyrighted by the authors and the company of the textbook.
This is a complied and organized collection of the material that will be covered on our first exam.
These notes are post exam 1
These notes cover what was talked about in the lectures during week 4
Notes week 7 for exam 2
This study guide essentially covers the key points covered in Chapters 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15-- Includes photos and graphs to assist with understanding.
Source: Microeconomics Paul Krugman 2013
This study guide covers all key material from in-class powerpoints, key terms from lectures and some extra solved out practice problems from all chapters that will be covered on the FINAL exam. (chapters 7,8,9,11,12,13,14,15,17,19)
These are Chapter 1 and 2.3 materials
These notes are from Yezer's introductory lecture
Linear and Non-linear PPFs
Supply and Demand and Marshallian Cross Diagrams.
Taxes, subsidies and demand elastics
Supply elastics, consumer's demand theory, maximizing utility and consumer surplus.
Practice problems for the quiz.
Study guide for the 10.5 test