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AGEC 217 Economics - Summer 2018

Undergraduate, Purdue University, 2018

This is an introductory course in macroeconomics. We will introduce basic principles in economics. We will use U.S. economic policy history as a source of insights to understand how the economy functions on a large scales, and to see what types of policies governments might use to mantain a stable economy. Syllabus.

FARE 6930 Food Firms, Consumers, and Markets - Fall 2020

Graduate, University of Guelph, 2020

This is an applied microeconomics course designed for students looking to strengthen their research skills. Students are exposed to both classic and recent academic research tackling different aspects of the interaction between firms and consumers. The course mixes both theoretical and applied work looking at markets for food and agricultural commodities. ECON 2310 or equivalent, and ECON 3740 or equivalent are prerequisites to this course. Syllabus.