State University of New York
College at Oswego
Liz Dunne Schmitt 413 Mahar 312-3488 email@example.com
Principles of Macroeconomics
MWF 11:30-12:30, T 9:30-11, and by appt.
Dunne Schmitt homepage | Economics
Dept. homepage | SUNY Oswego homepage
a brief description of what we will be learning this semester
information about assignments, exams, coverage
syllabus (this is a PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat reader,
which you can get for free here.)
availability of our student tutor for Eco 101 and Eco 200 tutoring
lectures (these are NOT
a word-for-word account and are an imperfect substitute for attending class)
exam study guides
old exams, Fall 2000
Some Course-Related Links
The Dismal Scientist
This is the textbook web site at Mcgraw-Hill.
It contains several useful resources, including a graphing tutorial, powerpoint
slides for each chapter, self quizzes, and related links
in Supply and Demand
"The best free lunch on the web," this site contains
data and articles about current economic issues.
This is a self quizz on supply and demand by Kim
Out of Syracuse University, this provides a refresher
for using and understanding graphs, an essential skill in this course.
Designed and maintained by our own John Kane for
Southwest Publishing, this site offers an overview of and additional links
on many of the hotly debated issues today.
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CopyrightÓ 2000 Liz Dunne Schmitt
Department of Economics, SUNY-Oswego, Oswego, NY 13126