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Introductory Economics


Lectures based on the textbooks:
  1. Economics: Private and Public Choices. 1999. James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, and Russell S. Sobel. 9th Edition.

  2. Fundamentals of Economics, International Edition. 2009. William Boyes and Michael Melvin. 4th Edition.

  3. Principles of Economics. 2001. Robert H. Frank and Ben S. Bernanke.

  4. Economics. 2008. Campbell R. McConnell and Stanley L. Brue. 17th Edition.


                                 

Basic Economic Concepts

Lecture 1: An Introduction to Economics
Lecture 2: The Market System and Circular Flow
Lecture 3: Supply, Demand, and the Market Process
Lecture 4: U.S. Private and Public Sectors
Lecture 5: The Global Economy
Examination I ( Essay Questions or Multiple Choice or JavaScript Test)

Microeconomics

Lecture 6: Elasticities and Welfare
Lecture 7: The Theory of Consumer Behavior
Lecture 8: Production Costs
Examination II ( Essay Questions or Multiple Choice)
Lecture 9: Competitive Markets
Lecture 10: Monopolies
Lecture 11: Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition
Examination III ( Essay Questions or Multiple Choice)
Lecture 12: The Resource Markets
Lecture 13: The Labor Market
Lecture 14: Market Failure and Government Intervention
Supplemental Supplemental material about Starbucks and Costa Rica
Examination IV ( Essay Questions or Multiple Choice)

Macroeconomics

Lecture 15: Gross Domestic Product
Lecture 16: Economic Growth
Lecture 17: Macroeconomic Relationships
Examination V ( Multiple Choice or JavaScript Test)
Lecture 18: The Aggregate Expenditure Model
Lecture 19: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Lecture 20: Fiscal Policy
Examination VI ( Multiple Choice or JavaScript Test)
Lecture 21: Money & Banking
Lecture 22: Money Creation
Lecture 23: Monetary Policy
Examination VII ( Multiple Choice or JavaScript Test)
 
Economics Essay
 

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