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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture 16: Lecture 16

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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 18: Lecture 18 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
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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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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Egalitarianism, Reparations For Slavery, Reservation In India

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1 Dec 2016
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Equality as an objective: the egalitarian return part i. Nozick- rectification of injustice in holdings and affirmative action. Equality as an objectiv
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 14: Lecture 14 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
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The libertarian pushback: nozick"s entitlement theory part i. Fighting back with the libertarians- introducing nozick and the case against redistributi
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 20: Lecture 20 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
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Infant mortality in finland, 1936-2010 per 1000/births has dropped significantly. Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes role of state promoting well-
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 15: Lecture 15 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
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The libertarian pushback: nozick"s entitlement theory part ii. More on nozick"s entitlement theory- recap and rectification of injustice in holdings. 2
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 17: Lecture 17 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
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Equality as an objective: the egalitarian return part ii. Equality as an objective, equality of what. On voting, political equality and social responsi
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BARNARD COLLEGEASTR BC 1753xMary Putman, David KippingFall

[ASTR BC 1753x] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 42 pages long Study Guide!

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1 Dec 2016
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We never see a different side of the moon bc its orbit is tidally locked. Evidence for all of these has been found on a solar system moon, except micro
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BARNARD COLLEGEAHIS BC 1002yAnne HigonnetSpring

[AHIS BC 1002y] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (87 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Comparisons: 2 x 16 minutes = 32 minutes: list author, title, date of both works, compare and contrast the two works considering both form and content.
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

[ECON BC 2075y] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 35 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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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 COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

[EESC BC 1001x] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (63 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Threats to the environment, hippo , & potential solutions to the threats. Hippo: habitat destruction, invasive species, pollution (includes co2 emissio
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

[ECON BC 3033x] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 52 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Send an email if you plan to go beforehand in case he"s late. Can also email for a separate appt. Dont need most recent edition of book, but need launc
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Procyclical And Countercyclical, Anti-Social Behaviour, Substance Abuse

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18 Nov 2016
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Loanable Funds, Deficit Spending, Income Tax

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18 Nov 2016
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Stabilization policies that both use similar levers limiting short-run fluctuations. When economy is in recession expansionary policy. Driver is chairm
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Safe Drinking Water Act, Nonpoint Source Pollution, Maximum Contaminant Level

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15 Nov 2016
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Pollution: unwanted alteration of natural systems as a result of human activity. Point source pollution: pollution from a precise origin, e. g. industr
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pigovian Tax, 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, World Map

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15 Nov 2016
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Pigouvian taxes, cap and trade policy, property rights and market failures. Supreme court deals setback to obama"s power plant regulation. Paris climat
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Intergenerational Equity, Capability Approach, Medicaid

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13 Nov 2016
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A summary of the "egalitarian" position on justice. Fighting back w/ libertarians- introducing nozick and the case against. On climate change and inter
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Water Cycle, Aquifer, Evaporation

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13 Nov 2016
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Aquifer- underground formations, usually composed of sand, gravel, or permeable rock, capable of storing and yielding significant quantities of water.
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gini Coefficient, Poverty Trap, Charter City

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13 Nov 2016
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2 questions: give reasons why x might or might not be the case. All relationships between investment, depreciation, and capital accumulation. What it p
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dani Rodrik, Edward Glaeser, Network Effect

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13 Nov 2016
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When income of a person rises, brought out of poverty, productivity increases. Bring ppl out of undeveloped countries and institutions and not worry ab
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Poverty Trap, Fungibility, Human Capital

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13 Nov 2016
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Solow model capital is function of investment and depreciation. Poor countries trapped in poverty and need to push out of lower equilibrium. Get past m
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Polar Vortex, Sea Ice, Arctic Air

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25 Oct 2016
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Ice melts in summer and collects in the winter. This summer was highest loss in sea ice ever. Atmosphere of temperature and warming of ocean currents a
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture 9: Lecture 9 Notes

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20 Oct 2016
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The elusive quest for growth: economists adventures and misadventures in the. Y= ak l1- , where a= technology, k= capital, l= labor y= ak . Poor countr
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture 8: Lecture 8 Notes

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20 Oct 2016
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Economics study of infinite wants competing for limited resources. Heros of movie are ones able to escape but tragedy is that we do not know what happe
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Chapter 12: Unit 12: Earth’s Changing Climate

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20 Oct 2016
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12. 3: climate change- what the past tells us. Define paleoclimate. (there is a glossary at the end of each chapter . scroll down in the chapter. ) Pal
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dendroclimatology, American Chestnut, Scattered Trees

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20 Oct 2016
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: San Andreas Fault, Vulcanian Eruption, Stratovolcano

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19 Oct 2016
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Plate tectonics: the grand unifying theory of geology. Theory that lithosphere (earth"s rigid outer layer) is divided into a number of crustal plates,
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Climax Community, Types Of Volcanic Eruptions, Forest Ecology

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19 Oct 2016
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Disturbance: a discrete event in time that disrupts ecosystems, communities, or populations. Examples of small scale: a few trees fall in a forest, oce
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture 9: Lecture 9 Notes

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19 Oct 2016
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Ecology= study of the relationship between living things and their envt. Envt physical place that"s defined by its abiotic and biotic factors. Ecology
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Meritocracy, Bodily Integrity, Paternalism

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19 Oct 2016
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Topics: sen and nussbaum on capabilities approach, critiques of egalitarian" liberal approaches, if you"re an egalitarian, how come you"re so rich". Sh
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Martha Nussbaum, Amartya Sen, Human Nature

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19 Oct 2016
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Distributive justice: utilitarianism vs capabilities approach part i. Post questions about how before 5pm monday. Inequality and justice, sen, nussbaum
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Equal Opportunity, Justice As Fairness, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

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12 Oct 2016
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Read: rawls theory of justice: section 1-4, 10-14. How do we solve gender gap in executive positions, wage gap, how do we encourage more women to take
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Positional Good

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12 Oct 2016
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Everyone has a college degree now unemployment rose. Education only valuable when it creates a differentiation between you and other person. Argument i
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Frictional Unemployment, Efficiency Wage, Price Floor

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5 Oct 2016
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Metaphor friction for parking in city friction in labor market. Parking spots are indifferent, but you may not want the job offer. Has to be a double c
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: U.S. 500, Portfolio Investment, Capital Account

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4 Oct 2016
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Open economy y=c + i +g +nx. Purchasing power parity real exchange rate of what you can buy. Identical basket of goods in both countries. Arbitrage buy
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture 5: Lecture 5 Notes

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4 Oct 2016
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The troposphere is composed of 78% nitrogen (n ) and 21% oxygen (o ) and co. Barometric pressure is the weight of air barometric pressure drops with in
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tax Evasion, Original Position, Contract Theory

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4 Oct 2016
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Utilitarianism vs. rawls theory of justice part i. Introduction to rawls and justice as fairness, on basic structure of society, property and taxation.
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BARNARD COLLEGEEESC BC 1001xTerryanne Maenza- GmelchFall

EESC BC 1001x Lecture 8: Lecture 8 Notes

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4 Oct 2016
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Biodiversity- the variety of life on earth: the variety of fenes, organisms, ecosystems. Tropical rainforests (trfs) are considered to have high biodiv
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 2075yBelinda ArchibongFall

ECON BC 2075y Lecture 7: Lecture 7 Notes

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29 Sep 2016
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Elementary game theory and conceptions of distributive justice. Game theory and prisoner"s dilemma, when equilibrium is not efficient. Moving towards r
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