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Fall 2016 Class Schedule

This schedule represents the initial intentions of the Economics Department. The Registrar may request that some classes are moved to a different time slot during the room allocation process.

Special note: During the renovations of Kresge Centennial Hall the number of classrooms is severely reduced. The Registrar has asked departments to schedule more classes outside of the peak midday hours. The Economics Department is helping out by moving many of our discussion sections in our large core classes to the late afternoon.

Fall Quarter 2016

Instructor

Lecture

Discussion

Department of Statistics

210

Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences

Kutzman

MWF 11

T or Th 4

Department of Economics

101

First-Year Seminar

Chang

TTh 9:30-10:50

Hernandez

MW 9:30-10:50

Hornsten

TTh 2:00-3:20

Ogawa

TTh 12:30-1:50

201

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Gordon

MW 3:30-4:50

F 3 or 4

Witte

MWF 1

T or Th at 5 or 6

202

Introduction to Microeconomics

Kiesling

TTh 3:30-4:50

M or W at 4 or 5

281

Introduction to Applied Econometrics

Lewis

MWF 12

T or Th at 5 or 6

307

Economics of Medical Care

Limbrock

TTh 2:00-3:20

#

308

Money and Banking

Walker

MW 12:30-1:50

*

310-1

Intermediate Microeconomics I

Schulz

MW 3:30-4:50

F 3 or 4

310-2

Intermediate Microeconomics II

Ogawa

TTh 9:30-10:50

M or W at 3 or 4

311

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Primiceri

TTh 2:00-3:20

M or W at 3 or 4

316

Advanced Macroeconomics

Eichenbaum

MW 2:00-3:20

*

318

History of Economic Thought

Kiesling

TTh 12:30-1:50

#

323-1

Economic History of the United States Before 1865

Ferrie

MW 12:30-1:50

*

323-2

Economic History of the United States Since 1865

Chabot

MW 6:30-7:50p

#

326

Economics of Developing Countries

Jayachandran

TTh 12:30-1:50

#

336

Analytic Methods for Public Policy Analysis

Manski

TTh 9:30-10:50

#

337

Economics of State and Local Governments

Chang

MW 9:30-10:50

*

339

Labor Economics

Lewis

TTh 3:30-4:50

#

342

Economics of Gender

Hernandez

MW 12:30-1:50

*

349

Industrial Economics

Hornsten

MW 3:30-4:50

*

355

Transportation Economics and Public Policy

Savage

MW 11:00-12:20

*

361

International Trade

Matsuyama

MW 9:30-10:50

*

362

International Finance

Walker

MW 9:30-10:50

*

370

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Kutzman

MW 2:00-3:20

*

380-1

Game Theory

Wolinsky

MW 11-12:20

*

401

Mathematical Methods

Naumenko

August 22 - September 16

410-1

Microeconomics

Dekel

TTh 9:00-10:50 $

F 3-4:50

411-1

Macroeconomics

Christiano

MW 9:00-10:50 $

F 11-12:50 $

412-1

Economic Theory and Methods

Dekel / Siniscalchi

TTh 1:30-3:20

(Jacobs 3204)

414-1

Economics of Information

Wolinsky

MW 9:00-10:50

(Jacobs 3204)

420-1

American Economic History

Ferrie

MW 3:30-5:20

(Jacobs 3204)

425-1

Theory of Economic Development

Jayachandran

TTh 9:00-10:50

(Jacobs 3204)

450-1

Industrial Organization and Prices

Rogerson

MW 1:30-3:20

(Jacobs 3245)

480-1

Introduction to Econometrics

Manski

TTh 1:00-2:50 $

F 9-10:50

481-1

Econometrics

Horowitz

MW 5:30-7:20p

(Jacobs 3245)

482

Time-Series Methods

Primiceri

TTh 11:00-12:50

(Jacobs 3245)

501

Graduate Seminar

Dekel

MW 11:00-11:50

(Jacobs 3245)

Workshop Series

515

Economic Theory

Ely

W 3:30-4:50

(Jacobs 3245)

520

Economic History

Ferrie

Th 4:30-5:50

(Jacobs 3204)

530

Macroeconomics

Primiceri

M 12:00-1:20

(Jacobs 3245)

535

Applied Microeconomics

Kinnan

Th 3:00-4:20

(Jacobs 3245)

550

Industrial Organization

Porter

M 3:30-4:50

(Jacobs 3245)

560

Development and Trade

Matsuyama

Th 3:00-4:20

(Jacobs 3245)

580

Econometrics

Canay

T 3:30-4:50

(Jacobs 3245)

* = At the instructors discretion, subject to sufficient enrollment to justify a Teaching Assistant, a discussion session may be scheduled on Fridays at the same time as the lectures.

# = At the instructors discretion, subject to sufficient enrollment to justify a Teaching Assistant, a discussion session may be scheduled at a mutually convenient time.

$ = Scheduled for Jacobs Center 3245

Economics 535 and 560 will be held in alternating weeks.

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