Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics
The Economic Way of Thinking
NEW 12/3: Our final exam is Thursday 12/12 from 8:00-9:50 a.m. in GH 101. Here is the topics list for the final exam. I will hold a review session on Wednesday 12/11 from 2:00-3:50 in LINH 301.
Our second midterm was held Friday 11/8. Here are the answers
Our first midterm was held Friday 10/11. Here are the answers.
I encourage you to "like" our class facebook page.
There are free teaching assistant resources available for all students in ECNS 101 this semester. Click here for TA office hours and contact information. NOTE: TA office hours during finals week have been updated.
There are several copies of the course textbook on reserve in the library for students who are interested in accessing the book that way.
The Huffington Post has an interesting slideshow highlighting the 15 College Majors with the Highest Pay.
Slate.com has an interesting set of segments on "The Great Divergence" and why we should care about America's growing income inequality.
NPR has an interesting story on the debate betwen private property and communism as it impacts community gardens.
Several students have asked me for suggestions about non-technical books they could read to learn more about economics. In response, here is my recommended reading list.