HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT SINCE 1870
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06 04 16: Research Paper Marks
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06 04 11 +:
Term Paper Marking Guidelines:
I am beginning my reading and will use the attached for marking purposes. The questions were discussed in class and during the seminar series. If all goes well you will receive your term paper grade and my endnotes by Friday, latest Monday. And, of course, the final exam is posted @ Draft Final Exam
06 03 22: RESEARCH PAPER SEMINARS
Mohit Lamba: Mathematics and the Marginalist Revolution
Ryan Morken: The Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility in Economic History
Deirdre Morris: Arrow's Impossibility Theorem
Everisto Mupanguri: Evolution of the Theory of Value
Tasha Vanderhunk: Marginal Utility and the Theory of Value
Zhang Xiao: Marginal Utility & the Revolution
Tina Yang: Microeconomic Reasoning of the Consumer
Aaron Carroll: The Mercantilists and Keynes
Tammy Clarke: The Missing Link - Harold Innis and the Staple Theory
Brian Eliot: Government in Economic Thought
Deb Klym: Polanyi’s ‘Double Movement’
Sheila Katusiime: Keynesian Revolution and the Great Depression
Akemi Mamiya: Keynes' Theory of Interest
Zheng Zheng: The Neo-Keynesian Revolution
Chao Zhu: Quantity Theory of Money in Economic Thought
We begin research seminar sessions in which you are expected to participate explaining why you chose the topic and your current thinking and findings about it. Beginning on March 24 I will shuffle the groups so that Micro meets Macro and a new audience will be available for feedback. Papers must be referentially linked to the required text ‘Blaug’. And it MUST be about the history of your chosen economic thought. Final papers are due March 31, 2006 by email - email@example.com.
The seminars will run March 17, 20, 22, 24, 27 & 29. Beginning March 31 through the end of term we will review questions on the final examination.
OTHER STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT A TOPIC FOR APPROVAL - ASAP.
06 02 16: 1st MT Marks - to be reviewed in class
06 02 02: First Midterm
06 01 05: Lecture Notes Begin
06 01 05 Room Change to Arts 104
06 01 05: Welcome
You have made it to the web site which will have my lecturer notes as they are posted. Please review the text and, when available, my notes before each class. And please look up the definition of 'assumption' in the dictionary. I invite your questions BUT please use my Shaw email account.
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