This course website supports an introductory module in economics as taught at the University of Essex in 2009/10 by Gianluigi Vernasca and Tim Hatton. It provides a broad overview of economics suitable as an introduction to the subject for all undergraduates. It is designed to develop students' knowledge of economic ideas in the context of contemporary issues using the tools of elementary economic analysis. It includes a module outline, lecture notes, coursework items and class exercises (with solutions).
Curricula and Syllabi in Principles (General)
Gianluigi Vernasca, University of Essex; Tim Hatton, University of Essex
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