Principles of Economics
This course takes an analytical approach to economic reasoning and contemporary economic issues. It introduces microeconomic and macroeconomic theories with applications to relevant issues such as employment, growth, international trade and finance, monetary and fiscal policy, and environmental issues.
ECON 199 B1
Grube, Laura E.
Course Format Description
Flipped and divided class (students will be placed in group 1 or 2 for purposes of in classroom meetings). Outside classroom assigned asynchronous recorded lectures, ppts, and other materials; In classroom small group activities and problem sets