to major or minor in economics?
to Online Economics with Dr. Myers:
Notice: If you
are trying to access
an online course in which you are registered go to http://springboard.uakron.edu.
You will not see your course until Dr. Myers makes it active.
book for E244 Parkin's 8th edition, not a newer one that
will cost you so
much money. Your book will cost $20.84 at the time of this
writing or something else pretty cheap.
course is below -- the syllabii for Fall 2013 will be very similar to
the previous version of the course. The texts are the same.
The required book in E244
Introduction to Economic Analysis and E600 Foundations of
is the 8th
edition (NOT THE 9th or 10th) of Parkin "Economics" and I am not
requiring and not using MyEconLab. In fact MyEconLab is no longer be
8th edition. I highly recommend you buy a used and cheapest
book you can find. You can click on the image to the right to
take you to Amazon where you can see what is required. Again,
while it is sometimes bundled with MyEconLab, I will not be making use of
MyEconLab. Why an older book? Contrary to publisher thought the
principles of economics do not change, only some of the examples. Links to more recent data
however will be available online.
the bookstore was charging
$233/$175 for new/used. Amazon was
offering the same for $52/$19. Your
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all of my classes -- You
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A blog that I also write is Teaching and Learning
Economics With Technology which also deals with some economic
issues as well as my love of technology in instruction. (inactive)
course number (and term) in the subject, for example use
- E600 Summer 2013 if you are in 3250:600
- E244 Fall 2013 if you are in 3250:244
Fall 2013 if you are in 3250:626.
full name at the end of your message, not just a nick name
UAnet id under your name.
Syllabii - Fall
found in the syllabus and more information will be available once you
are admitted to the course.
current and past
available for your viewing:
- 3250:226 Computer Skills for Economics Analysis, Fall 2013 (html version pdf version)
Computer Skills for
Economic Analysis Fall 2012 (html
Introduction to Economic
Analysis, Fall 2013 (html
version) 100% Online
Statistics for Econometrics Fall 2013 (html
DyKnow Vision class
Econometrics Spring 2012 (html
DyKnow Vision class
Foundations of Economic
Analysis Summer 2013 (html
- Web access
- MS office
students get a
great cheap deal here)
Explorer preferred for access to Springboard.
- SAS for E226,
E626, and E627