History of Economic Doctrines. Fall 2014, Tu/Th 12:25-1:45pm, BUC105, Credit Hours: 3. Instructor: Minqi Li, Associate Professor. Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 2:00-3:00 pm. Course Content / Description.
Economic Dynamics as a Succession of Equilibria: The Path Travelled by Morishima*. Massimo Di Matteo. Abstract. In the paper I bring to the attention of the economists and historians of economic thought the idea of economic dynamics that one can found.
MICHAL KALECKI SLIFE AND WORK. In his looks and voice, Kalecki. bore a striking resemblance to Bertrand Russell: both were of rather small stature, with large heads and prominent noses, and both spoke in a loud voice, Kalecki's being at least one decibel.
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS. FACULTY OF LIBERAL ARTS ANDPROFESSIONAL STUDIES. Keele Campus, YORK UNIVERSITY. International Trade:AP/ECON 3150(B) Summer 2015. Course Instructor: Yasin Janjua. Office:Atkinson Hall, RM# 738. Class Lecture Time: MW (3:00 6:00 pm) TEL 0006. Office Hours:MW (1:30 2:30 pm).
America s Economy. over 320 million people. Over $17 trillion in the economy. Purchase about 2.5 million homes and 14 million cars/year. The federal government regulates economy. Government will try to slow down the economy when it is growing too fast.
MICROECONOMIC THEORY. Instructor:Art Stewart. Office:Dunning Hall, Room 331. Email:stewarta econ.queensu.ca. Office Hours:Tuesday 11:30-12:30am; Thursday 10 -11am; by appointment. Textbook and Other Resources.
The Key Principles of Economics. Chapter Summary. Chapter 2 introduces the key principles that are central to all economic theory. The principle of opportunity cost states that the opportunity cost of something is what you sacrifice to get it. Opportunity.
ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics. Course Start Date: Week of May 15, 2017. Instructor:Mrs. Gezime Christian. E-mail: Regularly through MyCourses website. I am also available by e-mail at for emergencies.
Practice Questions for Exam. The following as questions from various old exams. They are similar to what will be on your upcoming exam. True/False and Multiple Choice. In game theory, equilibria in which one of the players uses an incredible threat strategy.
Problem1. The Mundell-Tobin effect. Consider the following full-employment IS-LM model. (1)Notice that investment depends on the real interest rate, r, but money demand depends on nominal interest rate, . In addition, consumption depends on real money.
Supply, Demand and Need. There is perhaps no more basic or more obvious principle of economics than the fact that people tend to buy more at a lower price and less at a higher price. By the same token, people who produce goods or supply services tend.
ECON 4330-001 and ECON 5330-001: Labor Economics. Course Syllabus. Course Details. Instructor Details. Instructor: Christy Spivey. Office Hours: TTH 3:30 5:00PM, or by appointment. Description and Student Learning Outcomes.
Economics 5550 Winter 2013. Health Economics. Allen C. Goodman. Class Meets: MW 12:50 2:40. Office Hours: MW 11:30 12:30, after class, or by appointment. Office location: 2145 FAB. Department and Course Web-site.
True/FalseandExplain. 1.Atfullemployment,thereisnounemployment. 2.Alongthe LAS curve, a riseinthepricelevelandallresourcepricesincreasetheaggregatequantityofgoods and services supplied. 3.Alongthe SAS curve, a riseinthepricelevelin-creasestheaggregatequantityofgoodsandservicessupplied.
Macroeconomics Homework 3. 1.James, John and Henry are all Americans. Identify the immediate effect of each of the following circumstances on U.S. GDP and its components. a. James receives a Social Security check. b. John buys an Italian sports car.
Micro II Spring Term 2010. Suggested Solutions. About 100 million pounds of jelly beans are consumed in the United States each year, and the price has been about $0.50 per pound. However, jelly bean producers feel that their incomes are too low and have.