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ECO105Y1Y Principles of Economics for Non-Specialists

An introduction to the principles and methods of economics in association with policy issues. Lectures cover 24 topics, including economic growth, the importance of productivity, international trade, competitive markets, macroeconomic issues and more specific topics such as rent controls, OPEC, the international debt crisis, trade restrictions, the national debt and sustainable development. Students who intend to complete a minor, major, or specialist program in Economics are advised to take ECO100Y1.

Section L5101 , Fall and Winter 2007–08

Instructor: Michael J. Hare
Day/time: T5-8

Delivery Method & Instructions : In Person

Location: MS2158

Aid Centre: M 12:00–13:00, location: SS1080
Aid Centre: M 11:00–12:00, location: SS2105
Tutorial: M 10:00–11:00, location: LM157
Tutorial: M 11:00–12:00, location: RW143
Aid Centre: T 15:00–16:00, location: SS1080
Tutorial: %AM %America/New_York %250, 15:00–18:00, location: SS2127
TA Exam Review: %AM %America/New_York %250, 20:00–22:00, location: SS2135
Test: %AM %America/New_York %250, 18:00–9:00, location: UC266, UC273, SF3201, SF3202, MS3153
Test: %AM %America/New_York %208, 18:00–20:00, location: UC266, UC273, SF3201, SF3202, HA403
Make-up test: %AM %America/New_York %208, 18:00–21:00, location: WI 1016