Professor Edward Morey

Home Page for Econ 2010 (Edward): Principles of Microeconomics

Fall 2013: Tuesday and Thursday 11:00-12:15, Chem 140

My office hours: Tuesdays from 9:45-10:45 and Thursdays from 2:15 to 3:15. My office is in the Economics Buildings Rm 122. If you need to schedule an appointment outside of normal office hours please email me or check with me after class to schedule a time. My email address is Edward.Morey@Colorado.edu

This is a large class. I probably will not learn all of your names. In addition to the course lectures on Tuesdays and Thursdays, you have been assigned to a once-a-week small review session with a graduate teaching assistant. The teaching assistants for the course are there to help you both in the review sessions and in office hours. (See the link below: )

There are also two undergrade T.A.s for this course, both are economics majors and they are here to help you in office hours and by email.

An important component of the course is the interactive web page for this course at Aplia.com. (See the link below). It includes the course outline, interactive quizzes, etc.

Doing well on the online quizzes is necessary but not sufficient to do well in the course.

Links to course materials will be activated when the material becomes available. While lecture notes for the whole course are currently online, they we be revised as the course progresses

Unless otherwise specified, the materials available online are in .pdf format and can be read with the Adobe Acrobat Reader

The text: Microeconomics by Paul Krugman and Robin Wells, third edition

Aplia for Econ 2010, Edward's section

The recitation schedule, the T.A.'s and their office hours

Ways the T.A.s might help you to conquer the material

Studying and learning

Rough lecture notes and supplemental readings

Copies of the book chapters with notes and comments attached (for an earlier edition of the text)

Comments on past exams

What, pray tell, is microeconomics? And, why should I care?

Who should be encouraged to take this course? Who should be discouraged from taking this course?

Exam dates)

How your course grade will be determined.

Links to the course web pages of other principles of microeconomics classes

 
 
Unless otherwise specified, the materials available online are in .pdf format and can be read with the Adobe Acrobat Reader If you do not have the Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free from the adobe web site.
Once you have Adobe Acrobat Reader downloaded to your machine, clicking the title of the document will open it on the Web in the Acrobat Reader. Then use "save as" under "file" to copy the paper to one of your directories.

 

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