Class Notes at American University (AU)



AU, AMERICANARAB-102zabiFall

ARAB-102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Horse Length, Sharp-P

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12 Aug 2016
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AU, AMERICANFREN-122R.AbdessamedSummer

FREN-122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Toubon Law, Post-Creole Continuum, Portmanteau

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3 Sep 2016
6
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AU, AMERICANECON-100 FA4wismanFall

ECON-100 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ceteris Paribus, Demand Curve

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1 Sep 2016
6
How did america become so rich and free: 2015 us per capita income = ,486. All the income earned in the country last year and divide by the population
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AU, AMERICANECON-100 FA4Ben GunterFall

ECON-100 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Comparative Advantage, Opportunity Cost, Technological Change

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15 Oct 2017
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AU, AMERICANPSYC-105 FA4Tony AhrensFall

PSYC-105 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Group Polarization, Utto, Optical Illusion

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1 Nov 2016
5
Set out to collect data about how people obey. 65% of subjects go all the way to the end of the shock board despite what they might initially say about
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AU, AMERICANHIST-110 FA2RajenvurdienSummer

HIST-110 FA2 Lecture 1: FCSummerSchedule2015(2)

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15 Aug 2015
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AU, AMERICANECON-110 FA3LinFall

ECON-110 FA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Marginal Utility, Invisible Hand, Opportunity Cost

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22 Oct 2016
5
Behavior responds to benefits and costs ( rational self-interest ) Ex: captains of prisoner ships to australia get paid after prisoners are delivered a
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AU, AMERICANSISU-105 FA3Michael SchroederFall

SISU-105 FA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Werner Syndrome Helicase, Wart

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19 Sep 2016
9
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AU, AMERICANECON-200 FA4Jeffrey GoodeSpring

ECON-200 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Imperfect Competition, Demand Curve, Marginal Revenue

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17 Jan 2016
17
The expenditures of firms when acquiring resources flow as wage, rent, interest and profit. Determine quantities of land, labor, capital and entreprene
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AU, AMERICANECON-200 FA4Jeffrey GoodeSpring

ECON-200 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Real Wages, Monopsony, Competitive Equilibrium

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17 Jan 2016
11
Labor encompasses all people who work for pay. Wage rate is the price paid per unit of time for labor. Nominal wage rate = amount of money/unit of time
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AU, AMERICANECON-200 FA4Jeffrey GoodeSpring

ECON-200 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Marginal Revenue, Marginal Product, Real Wages

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17 Jan 2016
15
Determine quantities of land, labor, capital and entrepreneurial ability. Allocate resources among industries and firms due to shifts of resource usage
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AU, AMERICANECON-200 FA4Jeffrey GoodeSpring

ECON-200 FA4 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Real Interest Rate, Payroll Tax, Sherman Antitrust Act

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17 Jan 2016
10
Interest rate that only compensates the lender for their willingness to forgo their money until it"s paid. 20 - what is the loanable funds theory of in
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