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DMH 166, Mon/Wed, 10:30-11:45 AM, Feb. 1 to May 16.
The syllabus is here Your text is Gerber, “ International Economics,” 6th ed., Pearson 2014
I will give short quizzes in class most weeks. There is no makeup on quizzes but I will drop several of your lowest quiz scores.
In class, Mar. 23 and Apr. 29. No Scantron forms.
I encourage all students to participate in class with questions, comments, arguments, etc. If your course score is a borderline between letter grades I may, at my discretion, bump your grade up based on your class participation.
The Economics Department sponsors the Provocative Lecture series. Three lectures are given each semester, and you can obtain extra credit by attending. Those whose schedules preclude this will be given an alternative opportunity.
There will be a comprehensive final exam on Tues. May 24 at 9:45 AM. Make your travel plans accordingly.
Our first provocative lecture will be held on Tues. Feb. 9 from 5:15 to 6:45 in the New Student Union Theater. Speaker: Adam Thierer. Topic: Permissionless Innovation.