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Launched  1998

 

SITE INDEX

         MICRO

SHARED RESOURCES

1. PREFACE

2. OTHER CURRENT COURSES

3. PREVIOUS COURSES

4. LECTURES

1. PREFACE

Why Economics?

Articles

Glossaries:

The Economist

EconModel

Literacy Tests

Micro

Macro

Economists, Schools

& Institutions

Last Ideology Standing

JSTOR

Google

BBC

Wikipedia

A & L Daily

2. OTHER CURRENT COURSES

Econ 111/114

3. PREVIOUS COURSES

Introduction to Industrial Organization

MBA 7003, UNBSJ, 2013 & 2014

Survey of Intellectual & Cultural Property in the Global Village

Econ 3593, UNBSJ, 2014

A Primer on Economics

"X" Marks the Spot,  2nd Ed.

MBA 4001, UNBSJ, 2012 & 2013

  Ecological, Environmental & Natural Resource Economics

 Econ 271, Okanagan College, 2011

A Primer on Economics

"X" Marks the Spot

Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, USASK, 2009

Economics of Biotechnology

BPBE 292, College of Agriculture, USASK, 2006 & 2007

Business Internship

Econ 387

College of Arts & Sciences, USASK, 2003-2006

History of Economic Thought

Econ 380, St. Thomas Moore College, 2006

International Development

Econ 270, St. Thomas Moore College, 2006

Contemporary Economic Issues

BCS 331, University of the Arctic, 2006

Applied Micro 

Econ 213

College of Arts & Sciences, USASK, 2005

4. LECTURES

Secularization of the West & The Rest: The Legacy of Jeremy Bentham

Part II Disestablishment

MIDAS Lectures, UNBSJ, 2014

Part I Establishment

MIDAS Lectures, UNBSJ, 2012

International Trade

A Positive Sum Game?

MBA Students, UNBSJ, 2013

Creative Destruction

 The Economic Meaning of Technological Change

MBA Student Assoc., UNBSJ, 2012

Ecological Economics:

Economics, Ecology, Technology & Ideology

Okanagan College, 2011

Money, Monetary Policy & the Central Bank: The Fourth Order of Government

Department of Economics, University of Regina, 2010

 

     MACRO

INTRODUCTORY

Econ 111

News Mar. 30, 2017 3rd MT Answer Key

INTERMEDIARY

Econ 211

News

INTRODUCTORY

Econ 114.02/.04

News March 31, 2017

Answer Key Econ 114.02 3rd MT

114.04 3rd MT

INTERMEDIARY

Econ 214

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0. Outline

0. Outline

0. Outline

0. Outline

1. Introduction

1.1 Concepts

1.2 Links

1.3 Glossary

1. Introduction

1.0 Glossary

1.1 Caution!

1.2 The Just Price

1. Introduction

1.1 Concepts

1. Introduction

1.1 Animal Spirits &

Psychic Alchemy

1.2 Tool Box

1.3 The Task

1.4 Links

1.5 Equations

1.6 KBE

2. National Accounts

2.1 National Accounts

2.2 Links

 

2. Demand

2.1 Utility

2.2 Demand

2.3 Links

2. The Consumer

2.1 Who is the

Consumer?

2.2 Utility

2.3 Constraints

2.4 Maximization

2.5 Effects

2.6 Curves &

 Indices

2.7 Demand &

 Elasticity

3. Aggregate Demand

3.1 Introduction: Closed Economy

3.2 Aggregate Expenditure

3.3 Open Economy

3.4 Aggregate Demand

3.5 The Multiplier

2. Definition  

2.1 Definitions

2.2 Measurement

2.3 The Record

2.4 Links

2.5 Canadian

Experience

2.6 Glossary

3. Supply

3.1 Definitions

3.2 Assumptions

3.3 Supply

3.4 Links

3. The Producer

3.1 Who is the

 Producer?

3.2 Terms &

Assumptions

3.3 Production

 Function

3.4 Cost & Supply

 Curves

1. One Variable

2. One Fixed

4. Aggregate Supply & Equilibrium

4.1 Production Function

4.2 Short Run Aggregate Supply  (SAS)

4.3 Long Run/Potential 

     Aggregate Supply (LAS)

4.4 Equilibrium

4.5 Links

3. Models

3.1 Classical

(a) Output &

   Employment

(b) Money, Price

    & Interest

(c) Policy

(d) Conclusion:

(e) Links

(f) General

    Equilibrium

(g) Shapiro

4. Markets

4.1 Market Demand Curve

4.2 Market Supply Curve

4.3 Consumer & Producer Surplus

4.4 Market Forces

4.5 Equilibrium & Elasticity

4.6 Public Intervention

4.7 Links

4.Competition

4.1 Terms &

Assumptions

4.2 Perfect

 Competition

4.3 Imperfect

4.4 Monopoly

4.5 Monopolistic

4.6 Oligopoly

5.0 Fiscal & Monetary Policy

5.1 Fiscal Policy

5.2 Monetary Policy

5.3 FP/MP Interaction

5.4  Links

3.2 Keynesian

(a) Equilibrium

Output

(b) Aggregate

Expenditure

(c) Equilibrium

 Income

(d) Exports &

 Imports

(e) Money &

 Interest

(f) LM/IS Curves

1.Money  2.Product  3.Equilibrium

(g)  AD & AS

1. Aggregate

Demand

2. Aggregate

Supply

(h) Shift in ASC

(i) Keynes vs.

 Classical

5.0 Competition

5.1 Perfect Competition

5.2 Monopoly

5.3 Monopolistic Competition & Oligopoly

5.4 Links

5. General Equilibrium

5.1 Complications

6.0 Global Economy

6.1 Comparative Advantage,

         Competitiveness & Fitness

6.2 Trade Policy

6.3 Balance of Payments & Foreign

         Exchange

6.3 Links

3.3 Monetarist

(a) Quick Review

(b) Money

Demand

(c) Nominal

Income

(d) Policy

3.4 New Classical

(a) Rational

Expectations

(b) Policy

Implications

6.0 Market Failure

6.1 Market Power

6.2 Externalities

6.3 Public Goods

6.4 Public Choice

6.5 Links

 

Microeconomic Observations

6.0 Public Policy

6.1 Origins

6.2 Competition

6.3 Equity

6.4 Externalities

6.5 Public Goods

6.6 Complications

Macroeconomic Observations