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Winter 2016

Zegeye

ECON 2010

The first week of notes by Dr. Zegeye! It includes the first 2 chapters about the study of Economics in notes. It also includes opportunity cost, how people make decisions, incentives, assumptions, economic models/theories and a preview of the factors of production. The introduction to the Production Possibility Curve is found here as well.

I created my own study guide based on the notes from class and added my own examples and side notes from the textbook. It has definitions, graphs of the PPF, and example problems of comparative advantage. This should help with the test next week! Happy studying

The introduction to demand, quantity demanded, the demand curve, and all of its characteristics. It also gives insight to the types of world markets.

These notes cover the supply segment and equilibrium (supply and demand relationship). It gives graph examples and explanations.

This covers price and income elasticity. I have graphs and equations that express the ideas.

These notes include price elasticity of supply and cross-price elasticity of demand!

This study guide covers chapters 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. It includes notes for supply and demand, elasticities, price controls for floors and ceilings, surpluses, and taxation.

These notes cover the costs of production, the production function, cost curves in both the long and short run, and the qualities of both fixed and variable costs.

These notes cover the second part of chapter 13 and the curves for the unit costs.

These notes cover everything we learned this week from Chapter 4 along with book notes that I wrote myself. It includes all aspects of perfect competition.

These notes cover the affects and characteristics of monopolistic firms, how they price, their welfare, price discrimination, and its public policies.

This is the final exam study guide for Econ 201 with Dr. Zegeye. They include chapters 1-8 and 13-17!