Economics 103-03.04-Spring 2003

Professor Jean Shackelford, Department of Economics, Bucknell University


REQUIRED TEXT and NEWSPAPER:

ECONOMICS: A TOOL FOR UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY. (Sixth Edition) Addison-Wesley, 2002. Tom Riddell, Jean Shackelford, Steve Stamos and Geoff Schneider. (RSSS)
THE ULTIMATE FIELD GUIDE TO THE U.S. ECONOMY. (Second Edition) The New Press, 2000. James Heintx and Nancy Folbre and the Center for Popular Economics. (UFG)

THE NEW YORK TIMES or the Financial Times, daily

COURSE SYLLABUS - Who, what, where, when and why....the course outline and assignments
COURSE EVALUATION - These are the things that determine your grade in the course.
COURSE ORGANIZATION - How this course operates
ECONOMIC RESOURCES - Places to go on the web for economic data, analysis, and commentary
JOURNAL Please purchase a special notebook and keep a written account of your reactions to: readings in the Times; Journal; your texts, etc. See: The Economics 103 Journal for ideas about the journal.
BULLETIN BOARD - For your questions.
ROLE OF FILMS IN 103
EMAIL
LECTURE NOTES
SAMPLE EXAMS




This page is produced and maintained by Jean Shackelford. Last updated August 2001.

to Nancy Folbre and Bob Dworak for permission to use the animation, "The Transformed Dollar," at the top of the page. Animation developed by the Dancing Monkey Project: C/O WebMonkey, folbre@econs.umass.edu

The Web-Counter logs you as visitor