Class Notes for Economics at Barnard College



BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Allais Paradox, Pareto Efficiency, Cardinal Utility

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13 Sep 2016
5
Rationality and preference satisfaction, revealed preference theory, and pareto efficiency. Rational preferences: must be transitive and complete (home
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 1003xDolore BushatiFall

ECON BC 1003x Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gross Domestic Product, Human Capital, Child Labor Laws In The United States

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1 Oct 2016
6
*article assignment: choose an article and relate it to chapters 1 and/or 2. Gdp = c + i + g + (e m) Gross domestic product = consumption + investment
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3041xdavidweimanFall

ECON BC 3041x Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Quid Pro Quo, Private Sphere, Golden Rule

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24 Sep 2016
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 1003xDolore BushatiFall

ECON BC 1003x Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ceteris Paribus, Demand Curve

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24 Sep 2016
8
We are all a part of the market. Interactions: physical location or online, coffee shops, Two types of (major) markets: factor market. Dollars and exch
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ceteris Paribus, Multiple Choice, Normal Good

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16 Sep 2016
3
Econ help room- sept 18 sun, mon, tues, wednes 7-9pm annex 102. Can help with math problems in this class. Multiple choice come from concepts talked ab
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3041xdavidweimanFall

ECON BC 3041x Lecture 3: Hobbes.L3

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14 Sep 2016
6
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 1003xDolore BushatiFall

ECON BC 1003x Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gross Domestic Product, Hyperinflation, Opportunity Cost

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14 Sep 2016
6
How are the three basic economic questions answered. X and y are independent but related; not causing one or the other. Gross domestic product (gdp) is
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 1003xDolore BushatiFall

ECON BC 1003x Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Laissez-Faire, Price Mechanism, Non-Interventionism

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13 Sep 2016
8
Next best option and its value to you. The cost of allocation and distribution: whatever you are giving up, not always monetary value. Weighing the cos
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3041xdavidweimanFall

ECON BC 3041x Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Usury, Fokker E.Ii, Injustice 2

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13 Sep 2016
4
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Invisible Hand, Expected Utility Hypothesis, Ceteris Paribus

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13 Sep 2016
2
Rationality, utility theory and expected utility theory in positive and normative. All economics is normative economics (she believes this and will def
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 18: Lecture 18 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
1
Inequality and growth- inverted u hypothesis, theory and evidence. Distinction between personal and functional distributions . How economic inequalitie
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: African Socialism, Mary Wollstonecraft, Opportunity Cost

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1 Dec 2016
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Anderson (rawlsian) criticism of luck egalitarianism: victims of brute luck. Does not express concern for worse off case of the deaf and the problem of
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