Mark R. Killingsworth
Professor of Economics


For Econ. 102 Syllabus, click here
For Econ. 102 lecture notes, check each Friday afternoon

For information on reduced-rate student subscriptions to
economics and business publications,
click here


Your grades matter!  For some eye-opening information on
   how your grades may affect how well (or badly) you perform in the job market, click here!

For a detailed memo explaining how your course grade will be determined,
     click here.

For flashcards and self-test quizzes accompanying the text, visit
     http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/krugmanwellsmicro3/default.asp#t_768085____
(Copy and paste this address into your browser, and then bookmark it for future reference.)

For the keys to the quizzes, click on the quiz you want:
     Quiz #1   Quiz #2    Quiz #3     Quiz #4

For your scores on quizzes and exams, visit the SAS Gradebook:
         https://secure.sas.rutgers.edu/apps/gradebook/
         (Please note that your scores are available only here,
          and are not available on a Sakai site or any other site.)
For the distribution of scores on the quizzes and exams, click here.
      (Note that this shows the relation between exam scores and letter grades.)

For the review questions and answers, click here.

For the key to the Final Exam, click here.
For the key to the Optional Exam, click here.
 A review session for the Final Exam will be given from 7:40-9 pm
    on Wednesday, December 19, in 211 Van Dyck Hall (next to Scott Hall).
The Final Exam will be given from noon to 3 pm on Thursday, December 20,
     in the College Avenue Campus Gym.

For the key to the midterm exam, click here.    
For the key to the makeup to the midterm exam, click here.
For review questions and answers for the midterm, click 
here.

Lecture notes:

=== chapters that will be covered on the final exam ===
  click here for lecture notes for Chapter 16.
  click here for lecture notes for Chapter 14.
  click here for lecture notes for Chapter 15.
  click here for lecture notes for Chapter 13.
  click here for lecture notes for Part 2 of Chapter 12.
  click here for lecture notes for Part 1 of Chapter 12.
  click here for lecture notes for Part 3 of Chapter 11.
  click here for lecture notes for Part 2 of Chapter 11.
  click here for lecture notes for Part 1 of Chapter 11.
  click here for lecture notes on Chapter 10.
    (In Chapter 10, you are responsible ONLY for the sections on
      "Budget Constraints and Budget Lines" (pp. 273-275 in the third edition) and
      "From Utility to the Demand Curve" (pp. 281-284 in the third edition).)
  There are NO lecture notes on Chapter 9 -- read this on your own.
  click here for lecture notes on Chapter 8.  (Note:  Slides 9, 18 and 19 have been revised!)

======= chapters covered on midterm but NOT the final exam ===========
  click here for lecture notes on Chapter 7.
  click here for lecture notes on Chapter 5.
  click here for lecture notes on Chapter 4.
  click here for basic lecture notes and examples on econometrics,
  click here for lecture notes on econometrics,
    and here for more on interpreting econometric results
    and here for lecture notes on the Nisbet-Vakil and Bell readings
    and here for ADDITIONAL lecture notes on the Nisbet-Vakil and Bell readings

 for the full text of the Nisbet-Vakil and Bell readings, go to RU Library electronic reserve:
     http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu.proxy.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/lib_servs/course_reserves.shtml
     (Copy this and paste it into your browser.)
     When you get to this address, type in your instructor's name (Killingsworth),
     and the articles will appear for you to download and read.


  click here for Chapter 6 (to be discussed immediately after Chapter 3)
  click here for Chapter 3
  click here for Chapter 2,
    and here for additional lecture notes on the Appendix to Chapter 2
  click here for Chapter 1 and Appendix to Chapter 2


Office Location:
75 Hamilton Street
NJ Hall, Room 201-B
Phone: (732) 932-7794
Email:  killings@economics.rutgers.edu
 

LINKS:
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