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U OF GHIST 2890Renee WorringerFall

Complete Textbook Notes

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U OF GHIST 2100Alan GordonFall

HIST 2100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Infant Mortality, Charlottetown Conference, John Cabot

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2 Dec 2014
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U OF GECON 2740David PrescottWinter

ECON 2740 Study Guide - Final Guide: Binomial Distribution, Interval Estimation, Confidence Interval

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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

Chapter 6- The Labour Market.pdf

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Non institutional population the number of people potentially available for civilian employment. Labor force the sum of those employed and unemployed.
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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

ECON 2720 Lecture Notes - Economic Bubble, English Language In England, Long-Term Depression

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12 Mar 2014
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Bebop, Lester Young, Mintons

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In the mid-1940s jazz stood at a crossroads where swing came out of the spotlight, and a new genre of jazz called bebop emerged with a much smaller fol
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

ECON 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: European Exchange Rate Mechanism, Arbitrage, Exchange Rate

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12 Mar 2014
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Chapter 20- output, the interest rate and the. Uncovered interest parity an arbitrage relation stating that domestic and foreign bonds must have the sa
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

Chapter 19- The Goods Market in an Open Economy.pdf

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Chapter 19- the goods market in an open economy. Demand for domestic goods- the demand for domestic goods good by people, firms, and governments, both
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Adelaide Hall, Art Tatum, Charlie Christian

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11 Mar 2014
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Coleman Hawkins, Swing Era, Count Basie

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11 Mar 2014
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Many bands were known just for one soloist, even though they may only play an eight bar solo, but that was the sound that people recognized on the radi
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

ECON 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Arbitrage

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5 Mar 2014
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Chapter 18- openness in goods and financial markets. Tradable goods- goods that compete with foreign goods in either domestic markets or foreign market
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Newport Jazz Festival, Billy Strayhorn, Johnny Hodges

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Swing was a national movement, but a separate movement headquartered in kansas city contributed to jazz enough moved the movement in a different direct
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Fletcher Henderson, Benny Goodman, Lindy Hop

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5 Mar 2014
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Swing jazz was different from 1920s jazz because it featured large dance orchestras, but retained the basic elements of jazz. The great depression whic
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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

ECON 2720 Lecture Notes - David Buss

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5 Mar 2014
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U OF GECON 2740David PrescottWinter

ECON 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kurtosis, Quartile, Random Variable

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22 Feb 2014
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U OF GECON 2740David PrescottWinter

ECON 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Conditional Probability, Interquartile Range, Random Variable

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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

Week 6.pdf

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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

ECON 2720 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Black Death, Double-Entry Bookkeeping System, Futures Exchange

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21 Feb 2014
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The largest and most popular trading fair took place in champagne, france. The prince made sure that the law was upheld and business law was followed b
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

Chapter 5- Goods and Financial Markets The IS-LM Model.pdf

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Chapter 5- goods and financial markets: the is-lm. Is relation- an equilibrium condition stating that demand for goods must be equal to the supply of g
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

Week 5- Goods and Financial Markets.pdf

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Chapter 5- goods and financial markets: the is-lm. Is relation- an equilibrium condition stating that demand for goods must be equal to the supply of g
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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

ECON 2720 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Agribusiness, Roman Currency, Ronald Coase

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2 Feb 2014
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bix Beiderbecke, Coleman Hawkins, Carroll Dickerson

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2 Feb 2014
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Chapter 6- louis armstrong and the first great soloists. He is the only musician in the history of western to dramatically influence instrumentalists a
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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

ECON 2720 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Economic Stagnation

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Subsidizing a particular approach to a problem deincenitizes people from coming up with new technologies that solve the problem better. Incentives shou
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

ECON 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Excess Reserves, Federal Funds Rate, Bank Reserves

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23 Jan 2014
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Checkable deposits- deposits at banks and other financial institutions against which checks can be written. M1-the sum of currency, traveler"s checks,
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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

Chapter 3- The Goods Market.pdf

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Net exports- the difference between exports and imports, also called trade balance. Trade surplus- a positive trade balance, that is exports exceed imp
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Roseland Ballroom, Speakeasy, Duke Ellington

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New york had many concert halls, theatres, museums and so on the inspired culture and music. Many europeans migrated in the united states which brought
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lisa Lopes, Original Dixieland Jass Band, Big Band

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In the earliest days jazz was very local and had a performing technique that was very unique to new orleans. New orleans jazz was the first of its kind
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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

Week 2.pdf

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The principal/agent problem refers to the problem of how to design incentives for the agent so he will act in the best interest of the principal. Many
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U OF GMUSC 2140Howard SpringWinter

MUSC 2140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: African-American Music, Bessie Smith, Slide Guitar

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U OF GECON 2410Laurent CellarierWinter

ECON 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Final Good, Phillips Curve, Gdp Deflator

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National income and product accounts (nipa) - the system of accounts used to describe the evolution of the sum, the composition, and the distribution o
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U OF GECON 2720B FergusonWinter

ECON 2720 Lecture Notes - Ronald Coase, Joseph Schumpeter, Iron Ore

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There is evidence of the first financial crisis took place in rome in 33 a. d. The leader put all of the money from the kingdoms reserves into the roma
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U OF GECON 1100Eveline AdomaitWinter

ECON 1100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Telephone Banking, Output Gap, Bank Reserves

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The purpose of this mock-midterm is to give you practice answering questions and to help you to gauge which aspects of the course content you know well
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Kyoto Protocol, Earth Summit, Chernobyl Disaster

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7 Dec 2013
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In 1979 the green party is elected into german parliament in 1983. The soviet union polluted the environment without and restraint, and west germany fe
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Toxic Waste, Chisso, Space Race

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The environmental movement started in the 1960s, a time when many things in the world were changing (space race, vietnam war, etc. ) First wave started
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Castle Bravo, Eniac

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Ended with the fall of the berlin wall in 1991. Called a cold war because military conflict never actually occurred. The main cause of the war was the
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sigmund Freud, Phycology, Special Relativity

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A physician in vienna serving middle and high class people. At this point most people think there is no cure for physiological diseases. Puts great imp
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

[Nov 1] Lecture 15

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In 1872 darwin says there is an emotional link between humans and animals. Animals have performed in circuses, films, and are used on farms. Since the
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Thomas Edison, Kinetoscope, New Imperialism

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Science as a global phenomenon (after 1750, the modern era) Science play a really important role in how cinema comes out. In 1882 a camera come out tha
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Acid Rain, Smog, Middle Ages

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In the 19th century the spaces in cities are going to change drastically. Cities are being built without any planning. There is garbage all over the st
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U OF GHIST 1250S LachapelleFall

HIST 1250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Georges Cuvier, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte De Buffon, Pierre Belon

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As europe brings in animals from all over the world it begins clear their needs to be a new system of classification. In the middle ages they used aris
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