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Fall 2016

ECO 2013, Knight – Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 2023, Rush – Microeconomics

ECO 3101, Luo – Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 3101, Pitta – Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 3101, Whitman – Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 3203, Saygin – Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 3532, Phillips – Public Choice

ECO 3704, Dinopoulos – International Trade

ECO 3713, Waldo – International Macroeconomics

ECO 4400, Cohle – Game Theory and Applied

ECO 4400, Knight – Game Theory and Applied

ECO 4504, Slutsky – Public Economics

ECO 4934, Adams – Economic Growth

ECO 4934, Kostyshak – Econometrics

ECO 4935, Phillips – Empirical Research In Econ Seminar

ECO 5715, Waldo – Open Economy Macroeconomics

ECO 6409, Romano – Game Theory Applied to Business Decisions

ECO 6716, Waldo – International Macro

ECO 6936, Dinopoulos – Managerial Economics DBA

ECO 7115, Slutsky – Micro Theory 1

ECO 7404, Hamilton – Game Theory Econ

ECO 7408, Hamilton – Math Meth App Econ

ECO 7415, Kostyshak – Statistical Methods

ECO 7938, Heins – Practical Computing in Econ

ECO 7938, Hamilton – Topics in Micro

ECP 3302, Phillips – Environmental Econ

ECP 4451, Hamilton – Law and Economics

ECP 5702, Dinopoulos – Managerial Economics

ECP 5705, Dinopoulos – Econ of Business Decisions

ECP 5705, Romano – Econ of Business Decisions ECP 5705, Rush – Econ of Business Decisions

ECS 4111, Serra – African Econ Development

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