Hist Econ (Weekly Lesson Plans)

 

 

LESSON PLAN W1L1
Week 1 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 1 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

 

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
1 Introduction Of Teaching Methods And Performance’s Expectations, Rules Of Discipline And Training Philosophy

 

LEARNING GOALS

  1. To illustrate the fundamentals of the subject
  2. To familiarize the student with the course’s requirements
  3. To explain the rules and regulations of the class which may differ from the University’s disciplinary code of conduct
  4. To clarify what are the teacher’s expectations in terms of academic performance, personal behavior, individual conduct and professional attitude
  5. To motivate the student in making full use of all the main teaching materials for a more effective learning
  6. To demonstrate the importance to widen the scope of learning through the use of all or part of the reference materials provided during the course
  7. To emphasize team spirit, trust and cooperation with all course mates and to instill self-discipline
  8. To encourage and facilitate lecture to student and student to student interactive communication
  9. To ensure student comprehend, accept and value the teaching methodology, academic material, rules and regulations and learning environment provided by the School
  10. To highlight the importance of conducting an exemplary college life through the acceptance of personal responsibility and accepted ethical behavior within the disciplinary guidelines provided by the University, the School, the Management and the Teachers

 

 

Teaching Material

 

  1. D:\Economics Office Admin\PDF\Welcome to History of Economics.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

  1. To meet the class monitor and ask the name list of the students organized with the following criteria:
  2. Chinese Name in Chinese characters
  3. Chinese Name in Pinyin
  4. English Name
  5. Student Number
  6. Gender
  7. Province of Origin
  8. Major
  9. To organize the students in Teams of 3 People Each and to give each team the name of an important economic figure in the History of Economics
  10. Each Team should prepare a PPT on Team Profile as per D:\Economics Office Admin\DOC\memoT02 0130092016 How to form a team.docx
  11. To collect all team profile by Sunday 17:00pm Week 1 through qq
  12. To open a QQ group for the class and ask all students to join within Week 1 and to open a WeChat room for the class and inviting all students to join within Week 1
  13. To highlight the importance of the exclusive use of English language in both chatting group
  14. To stress the importance of the use of polite and respectful communication and strict adherence to ethical principles
  15. To ensure the students understand the importance to continuously monitor the online chatting groups for downloading and sharing all teaching materials and communication posted from time to time but on a constant basis by the lecturer
  16. To require the class monitor to facilitate the observance of discipline and good behavior of the class and to report any untoward cases
  17. To share the full semester coursework (lessons, topics, LEARNING GOALS, homework, textbook, reference material) with the students

 

 

 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W2L2
Week 2 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 2 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
2 Prologue To Economics

·        What Is Economics

·        The History Of Economics

·        View The Past Through The Lens Of The Present

·        The Story Told Here

And

The Ancient World

·        Homer And Hesiod

·        Xenophon’s Oiknomikos

·        Plato’s Ideal State

·        Aristotle On Justice And Exchange

·        Aristotle And The Acquisition Of Wealth

·        Rome

·        Conclusions

Page 3 – 27 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
2 ·        Understand the basic meaning of economics and the background of history of economics

·        Analyze the past through the lens of the present and differentiate the concepts

·        Compare Homer and Hesiod

·        Assess the importance of Xenophon

·        Comprehend Plato and Aristotle

·        Discuss the rise of Rome and the economics of the Empire

 


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
2 ·  What is Economics and how can you define it? And what is the difference between Macroeconomics and Microeconomics? What is the difference between Positive and Normative Economics?

·  Who is Homer and what is his idea of economics? And how do you compare him to Hesiod?

·  Xenophon is considered one of the early economists? Can you explain why?

·  What is Plato’s concept of Ideal State?

·  Can you explain the concepts of Justice and Exchange in Aristotle?

·  While Aristotle was not so convinced that acquisition of wealth was not good for the economy?

·  Tell me about the economics of the Roman Empire

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

hits econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

prefinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Prologue To Economics

2)     Definition of Economics and Importance of history of economics

3)     Homer And Hesiod

4)     Xenophon’s Oiknomikos

5)     Plato’s Ideal State

6)     Aristotle On Justice And Exchange

7)     Aristotle And The Acquisition Of Wealth

8)     Rome

 

 

 


LESSON PLAN W3L3
Week 3 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 3 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
3 The Middle Ages

1)     The Decline Of Rome

2)     Judaism

3)     Early Chritisanity

4)     Islam

5)     From Charles Martel To The Black Death

6)     The 12th Century Renaissance And Economics In The Universities

7)     Nicolas Oresme And The theory Of Money

8)     Conclusions

Page 29  – 49 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
3 1)     Understand the causes forcing the fall of Rome

2)     Comprehend the rise of the Judaism and compare it with Early Christianity

3)     Analyze Islam and the concept of economics of the Muslims

4)     Interpret the development of Economics from Charles Martel to the Black Death

5)     Assess the importance of economics as science in universities since the 12th century

6)     Appreciate the contribute of Nicolas Oresme to the thoughts of economics

 


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
3 ·  Can you tell me what were the causes determining the decline and final fall of the Roman Empire

·  Why the Judaism, basically a religion, became a powerful economic lobby after the fall of the Roman Empire?

·  Can you tell me something about the concept of economics in the Early Christianity

·  Why for Islam good economics was fundamental for expansion?

·  What happen in the period going from Charles Martel to the Black Death?

·  Can you tell about the Renaissance period? And why economics started to be considered a discipline at universities?

·  Who was Nicolas Oresme and what is the theory of Money

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     The Decline Of Rome, Judaism, Early Chritisanity, Islam

2)     From Charles Martel To The Black Death

3)     The 12th Century Renaissance And Economics In The Universities

4)     Nicolas Oresme And The theory Of Money and The Decline Of Rome

5)     From Charles Martel To The Black Death

6)     The 12th Century Renaissance And Economics In The Universities

7)     Nicolas Oresme And The theory Of Money

 

 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W4L4
Week 4 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 4 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
4 1)     The Emergence Of The Modern World View – The 16th Century

2)     The Renaissance And The Emergence Of The Modern View

3)     The Reformation

4)     The Rise Of The European Nation State

5)     Mercantilism

6)     Machiavelli

7)     The School Of Salamanca And American Treasure

8)     England Under The Tutors

9)     Economics In The 16th Century

Pages 51 – 64 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
4 1)     Understand the renaissance and the emergence of a modern view of economics

2)     Analyze the economics during the reformation era until the rise of the concept of European Nation State

3)     Comprehend the importance of mercantilism in Europe as trade between nation gain importance

4)     Comprehend the thoughts of Machiavelli

5)     Have a clear concept of the school of Salamanca and the establishment of the American treasure

6)     Evaluate the economics in England under the Tudors and during the 16th Century


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
4 ·  What is the importance of the Renaissance? And what we intend with Modern View?

·  Tell me about the reformation. What do you know?

·  What we intend with the concept of European Nation State?

·  What is Mercantilism?

·  Can you introduce to me Machiavelli?

·  Can you tell me about the School of Salamanca?

·  Why English economy improved and developed under the Tudors?

·  Can you discuss about economics in the 16th Century?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     The Emergence Of The Modern World View – The 16th Century

2)     The Renaissance And The Emergence Of The Modern View

3)     The Reformation and The Rise Of The European Nation State

4)     Mercantilism and Machiavelli

5)     The School Of Salamanca And American Treasure

6)     England Under The Tutors and Economics In The 16th Century

 

 

 

 

 


LESSON PLAN W5L5
Week 5 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 5 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
            5 1)     Sciences, Politics And Trade In The 17th Century England

2)     Background

3)     Science And The Science Of The Royal Society

4)     Political Ferment

5)     Economic Problems – Dutch Commercial Power And The Crisis Of The 1620s

6)     The Balance Of Trade Doctrine

7)     The Rate Of Interest And The Case For Free Trade

8)     The Recoinage Crisis Of The 1960s

9)     Economics In The 17th Century

Pages 66 – 87 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
            5 1)     Understand the rise of science as fundamental method of knowledge

2)     Comprehend the political ferment in Europe while the Dutch gain commercial power

3)     Assess what caused the crises of the 1620s

4)     Analyze the Trade Doctrine, the rate of interest and the case for free trade

5)     Conceptualize the recoinage crisis of the 1960s and the economics in the 17th century


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
5 ·  Can you describe to me the new concept of Science in the 17th century in England?

·  What was the political ferment of that time?

·  Tell me about the rise of the Dutch commercial power?

·  What caused the crisis of the 1620s?

·  Can you explain the Balance of the Trade Doctrine?

·  What was the idea behind rate of interest and free trade?

·  Tell me what do you know about 1690s?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Sciences, Politics And Trade In The 17th Century England

2)     Science And The Science Of The Royal Society

3)     Political Ferment

4)     Economic Problems – Dutch Commercial Power And The Crisis Of The 1620s

5)     The Balance Of Trade Doctrine and The Rate Of Interest And The Case For Free Trade

6)     The Recoinage Crisis Of The 1960s and Economics In The 17th Century

 

 


 

LESSON PLAN W6L6
Week 6 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 6 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
6 1)     Absolutism And Enlightenment In The 18th Century France

2)     Problems Of The Absolute State

3)     Early 18th Century Critics Of Mercantilism

4)     Cantillion On The Nature Of Commerce In General

5)     The Enlightenment

6)     Physiocracy

7)     Turgot

8)     Economic Thought Under The Ancient Regime

Pages 89 – 109 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
6 1)     Understand the Problems Of The Absolute State and the Early 18th Century Critics Of Mercantilism

2)     Study Cantillion On The Nature Of Commerce In General

3)     Differentiate between The Enlightenment and the movement of the physiocrats

4)     Comprehend Turgot and

5)     Economic Thought Under The Ancient Regime


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
6 ·  What was the idea of Absolute State?

·  Why suddenly people criticized the concept of Mercantilism in the 18th century?

·  Who was and what was the thought of Cantillion?

·  Tell me something about the Enlightenment?

·  Who were the Physiocrats?

·  What was thinking Turgot?

·  What happened under the Ancient Regime?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Absolutism And Enlightenment In The 18th Century France

2)     Problems Of The Absolute State

3)     Early 18th Century Critics Of Mercantilism

4)     Cantillion On The Nature Of Commerce In General

5)     The Enlightenment and Physiocracy

6)     Turgot

7)     Economic Thought Under The Ancient Regime

 

 

 

 

 


LESSON PLAN W7L7
Week 7 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 7 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
7 1)     The Scottish Enlightenment Of The 18th Century

2)     Background

3)     Hutchenson

4)     Hume

5)     Sir James Stuart

6)     Adam Smith

7)     Division Of Labor And The Market

8)     Capital Accumulation

9)     Smith And Laissez Faire

10)  Economic Thought At The End Of The 18th Century

11)  Classic Political Economy, 1790 – 1870

12)   From Moral Philosophy To Political Economy

13)  Utilitarism And The Philosophic Radicals

14)  Ricardian Economics

15)  Alternatives To Ricardian Economics

16)  Government Policy And The Role Of The State

17)  Money

18)  John Stuart Mill

19)  Karl Marx

20)  Conclusions

Pages 110 – 130 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

Pages 131 – 164 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
7 1)     Understand and differentiate amongst Hutchenson, Hume, Stuart and Adam Smith

2)     Be able to comprehend the interaction between division of labor and the market

3)     Analyze the concept of capital accumulation

4)     Assess the important of Smith’s theory of Laisses faire and the economic thought at the end of the 18th century

5)     Differentiate between Moral Philosophy and Political Economy

6)     Compare Utilitarism And The Philosophic Radicals

7)     View the arrival of the Ricardian Economics and the alternatives To Ricardian Economics

8)     Evaluate the Government Policy And The Role Of The State while comprehend the concept of Money

9)     Assimilate the different ideas and concepts between Stuart Mill and Karl Marx

 

HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
7 ·    What do you know about Hutchenson?

·    What was the thought of Hume?

·    What were the main ideas of Sir James Stuart?

·    What was the thought of Adam Smith?

·    How Divison of Labor and Market were actually understood?

·    What was the main idea of capital accumulation?

·    What does it means in Economics laissez faire?

·    What was the Economic thought at the end of the 18th Century?

·    Can you define Moral Philosophy? Can you compare with Political Economy?

·    What is Utilitarism?

·    How can you describe the Philosophic Radicals?

·    Can you tell me about Ricardian Economics?

·    What is the Government Policy and the role of the State?

·    What is the role of Money?

·    What’s the difference between John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 


 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     The Scottish Enlightenment Of The 18th Century

2)     Hutchenson, Hume, Sir James Stuart, Adam Smith

3)     Division Of Labor And The Market

4)     Capital Accumulation and Smith And Laissez Faire

5)     Economic Thought At The End Of The 18th Century

6)     Classic Political Economy, 1790 – 1870

7)      From Moral Philosophy To Political Economy

8)     Utilitarism And The Philosophic Radicals

9)     Ricardian Economics and Alternatives To Ricardian Economics

10)  Government Policy And The Role Of The State

11)  Money, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx

12)

 

 

 


 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W8L8
Week 8 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 8 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
8 Week 8 Mid Term Written Test Quiz 20% (Covering academic program covered from Week 1 to 7)

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
8 a)      The student will be given an in class test with a set of four objective questions (25% mark each complete answer) and the test will last 90 minutes.

b)     The student on the exam day will need to register 10 minutes in advance and be seated at the numbered seat allocated by the teacher.

c)      The student will need to bring two black ink pens, personal ID card and student card.

d)     Paper will be given by the teacher on the day together with the set of questions.

e)      The student will be allowed to bring water or any other non-intoxicating drink in class. Any form of cheating will not be tolerated and the student will be invited to leave the class and be given a failure mark


 

 


LESSON PLAN W9L9
Week 9 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 9 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
9 1)     The Split Between History And Theory In Europe, 1870 – 1914

2)     The Professionalization Of Economics

3)     Jevons, Walras And Mathematical Economics

4)     Economics In Germany And Austria

5)     Historical Economics And The Marshallian School In Britain

6)     European Economic Theory, 1900 – 1914

Pages 166 – 182 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly
9 Mid Term Project – PRESENTATION OF TEAM ASSIGNMENT

D:\TEACHING MATERIAL\PPT\midterm project.pptx

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
9 1)     Understand the rise of the need of The Professionalization Of Economics

2)     Analyze the concepts of Jevons, Walras And Mathematical Economics

3)     Study the European schools of Economics In Germany And Austria

4)     Comprehend the Historical Economics And The Marshallian School In Britain

5)     Assess the European Economic Theory, 1900 – 1914


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
9 ·  Why suddenly there was need of professionalization of Economics?

·  Can you tell something about Jevons? Walras? And define Mathematical economics?

·  Can you differentiate between the German School and the AustrianSchool of economics?

·  What is Historical Economics?

·  Why was important the Marshallian School in Britain?

·  Can you discuss the European Economic Theorybetween 1900 and 1914

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

D:\TEACHING MATERIAL\PPT\midterm project.pptx

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     The Split Between History And Theory In Europe, 1870 – 1914 and The Professionalization Of Economics

2)     Jevons, Walras And Mathematical Economics

3)     Economics In Germany And Austria

4)     Historical Economics And The Marshallian School In Britain

5)     European Economic Theory, 1900 – 1914

 

 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W10L10
Week 10 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 10 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
10 1)     The Rise Of American Economic, 1870- 1939

2)     US Economics In The Late 19th Century

3)      John Bates Clark

4)     Mathematical Economics

5)     Thornstein Veblen

6)     John R. Commons

7)     Inter War Pluralism

8)     Inter War Studies Of Competition

9)     The Migration Of European Academics

10)  US Economics In The Mid-20th Century

Pages 185 – 209 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
10 1)     Analyze the US Economics In The Late 19th Century

2)     Compare John Bates Clark, Mathematical Economics, Thornstein Veblen, and John R. Commons

3)     Differentiate between Inter War Pluralism and Inter War Studies Of Competition

4)     Comprehend  The Migration Of European Academics and the links with the US Economics In The Mid-20th Century


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
10 1)     What was the situation in the US economics in the late 19th Century

2)     What was the main idea of John Bates Clark?

3)     Can you illustrate Mathematical Economics?

4)     What is the main economic theory of Thornstein Vebler?

5)     Who was John R. Commons? And why he is considered an important economist?

6)     What we intend with Inter War Pluralism?

7)     Whar are the Inter War Studies of Competition?

8)     Why there was Migration of European Academics to US?

9)     Can you describe US economics in the Middle of the 20th Century?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     The Rise Of American Economic, 1870- 1939 and US Economics In The Late 19th Century

2)      John Bates Clark, Mathematical Economics, Thornstein Veblen, John R. Commons

3)     Inter War Pluralism and Inter War Studies Of Competition

4)     The Migration Of European Academics

5)     US Economics In The Mid-20th Century

 

 

 

 

 


LESSON PLAN W11L11
Week 11 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 11 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
11 1)     Money And The Business Cycle, 1898 – 1939

2)     Wicksells’s Cumulative Process

3)     The Changed Economic Environment

4)     Austrian And Swedish Theories Of The Business Cycle

5)     Britain: From Marshall To Keynes

6)     The American Tradition

7)     Keynes’s General Theory

8)     The Keynesian Revolution

9)     The Transition From Inter War To Post Second World War Macroeconomics

Pages 211 – 235 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
11 1)     Know Wicksells’s Cumulative Process and The Changed Economic Environment

2)     Differentiate between the Austrian And the Swedish Theories Of The Business Cycle

3)     Be able to discuss the theories from Marshall to Keynes

4)     Discover The American Tradition

5)     Explore Keynes’s General Theory and the Keynesian Revolution

6)     Elaborate on The Transition From Inter War To Post Second World War Macroeconomics


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
11 1)     What is Wicksells Cumulative Process?

2)     Can you describe The Changed Economic Environment from 1898 to 1939?

3)     Can you compare the Austrian and Swedish Theories of the Business Cycle?

4)     What happened in Britain with Marshall and Keynes?

5)     What we intend with The American Tradition?

6)     Can you explain the Keynes’s General Theory?

7)     Can you explain The Keynesian Revolution?

8)     How changed the idea of Macroeconomics in between the wars?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Money And The Business Cycle, 1898 – 1939 and Wicksells’s Cumulative Process

2)     The Changed Economic Environment and Austrian And Swedish Theories Of The Business Cycle

3)     Britain: From Marshall To Keynes and The American Tradition

4)     Keynes’s General Theory and The Keynesian Revolution

5)     The Transition From Inter War To Post Second World War Macroeconomics

 

 

 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W12L12
Week 12 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 12 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
12 1)     Econometrics And Mathematical Economics, 1930 To Present

2)     The Mathematization Of Economics

3)     The Revolution In National Income Accounting

4)     The Professionalization Of Economics

5)     Jevons, Walras And Mathematical Economics

6)     Economics In Germany And Austria

7)     Historical Economics And The Marshallian School In Britain

8)     European Economic Theory, 1900 – 1914

Pages 237 – 265 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
            12 1)     Discover The Mathematization Of Economics

2)     Be able to discuss The Revolution In National Income Accounting

3)     Understand the birth of The Professionalization Of Economics

4)     Compare Jevons, Walras And Mathematical Economics

5)     Differentiate the Economics In Germany And Austria

6)     Analyze the Historical Economics And The Marshallian School In Britain

7)     European Economic Theory, 1900 – 1914


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
12 1)     Can you describe The Mathematization of Economics?

2)     What is the meaning of The Revolution in National Income Accounting?

3)     Can you describe The Professionalization of Economics?

4)     Can you describe Jevons?

5)     Can you introduce Walras and Mathematical Economics?

6)     What is the difference in Economics in Germany and Austria?

7)     What is Historical Economics?

8)     How can you describe The Marshallian School in Britain?

9)     What is the European Economic Theory during the period from 1900 to 1914?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Econometrics And Mathematical Economics, 1930 To Present

2)     The Mathematization Of Economics

3)     The Revolution In National Income Accounting

4)     The Professionalization Of Economics

5)     Jevons, Walras And Mathematical Economics

6)     Economics In Germany And Austria

7)     Historical Economics And The Marshallian School In Britain

8)     European Economic Theory, 1900 – 1914

 

 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W13L13
Week 13 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 13 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
13 1)     Welfare Economics And Socialism, 1870 To The Present

2)     Socialism And Marginalism

3)     The State And Social Welfare

4)     The Lausanne School

5)     The Socialist Calculation Debate

6)     Welfare Economist 1930 – 1960

7)     Market Failure And Government Failure

8)     Conclusions

Pages 269 – 284 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
13 1)     Differentiate between Socialism And Marginalism

2)     Define The State And Social Welfare

3)     Describe The Lausanne School

4)     Understand The Socialist Calculation Debate

5)     Comprehend Welfare Economist 1930 – 1960

6)     Analyze Market Failure And Government Failure

 


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
13 1)     Socialism And Marginalism

2)     The State And Social Welfare

3)     The Lausanne School

4)     The Socialist Calculation Debate

5)     Welfare Economist 1930 – 1960

6)     Market Failure And Government Failure

7)     Conclusions

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Welfare Economics And Socialism, 1870 To The Present

2)     Socialism And Marginalism

3)     The State And Social Welfare

4)     The Lausanne School

5)     The Socialist Calculation Debate

6)     Welfare Economist 1930 – 1960

7)     Market Failure And Government Failure

8)     Conclusions

 

 

 

 

 

PREFINAL EXAM W14L14
Week 14 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 14 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
14 Week 14 Pre Final Exam Written Test 20% (Covering academic program covered from Week 8 to 12)

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week TOPIC LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
14 a)      The student will be given an in class test with a set of four objective questions (25% mark each complete answer) and the test will last 90 minutes.

b)     The student on the exam day will need to register 10 minutes in advance and be seated at the numbered seat allocated by the teacher.

c)      The student will need to bring two black ink pens, personal ID card and student card.

d)     Paper will be given by the teacher on the day together with the set of questions.

e)      The student will be allowed to bring water or any other non-intoxicating drink in class. Any form of cheating will not be tolerated and the student will be invited to leave the class and be given a failure mark

HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
14 ALL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS AS PER FILE

 D:\TEACHING MATERIAL\Chapters History of Economics\retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

 

Teaching Material

D:\TEACHING MATERIAL\PPT\Grading System History of Economics.pptx

LESSON PLAN W15L15
Week 15 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 15 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
15 1)     Economists and Policy, 1939 To The Present

2)     The Expanding Role Of The Economics Profession

3)     Keynesian Economics And Macroeconomic Planning

4)     Inflation And Monetarism

5)     The New Classical Macroeconomics

6)     Development Economics

7)     Conclusions

Pages 288 – 306 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
15 1)     Introduce The Expanding Role Of The Economics Profession

2)     Differentiate between Keynesian Economics And Macroeconomic Planning

3)     Distinguish among Inflation And Monetarism

4)     Understand The New Classical Macroeconomics

5)     List the so called Development Economics


HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
15 ·  Can you explain The Expanding Role of the Economics Profession?

·  Can you define Keynesian Economics and Macroeconomic Planning?

·  What is Inflation?

·  What is Deflation?

·  What is Stagflation?

·  What is monetarism?

·  Can you describe the basic ideas of the New Classical Macroeconomics?

·  What are the development economics?

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

1)     Economists and Policy, 1939 To The Present

2)     The Expanding Role Of The Economics Profession

3)     Keynesian Economics And Macroeconomic Planning

4)     Inflation And Monetarism and The New Classical Macroeconomics

5)     Development Economics

 

 

 

 

 

LESSON PLAN W16L16
Week 16 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 16 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
16 1)     Expanding The Discipline, 1960 To The Present

2)     Applied Economics

3)     Economic Imperialism

4)     Heterodox Economics

5)     New Concepts And New Techniques

6)     Economics In The 20th Century

7)     Epilogue : Economists And Their History

Pages 309 – 325 Study The Questions Of The PPT And Answer Them Correctly

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
16 1)     Know the Applied Economics

2)     Define what is the Economic Imperialism

3)     Understand what is Heterodox Economics

4)     Comprehend New Concepts And New Techniques

5)     Determine the challenges for Economics In The 20th Century

 

HOMEWORK

(All homework to be replaced with the newly

Provided teaching material below)

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
16 1)     What is Applied Economics?

2)     Can you give your opinion about Economic Imperialism? It is a positive or negative doctrine? And why?

3)     Can you define Heterodox Economics?

4)     What are the New Concepts and New Techniques of Contemporary Economics?

5)     Can yu discuss some of the issues of Economics in The 20th Century?

 

Week 16 Homework and research 10% (Homework 5% + Research 5%)

 

 

Teaching Material

From neoclassic to today economics.pptx

Hist econ week 2 lesson 2\history of economics week 2 lesson 2.pptx

Hist econ week 3 lesson 3\history of economics week 3 lesson 3 bis.pptx

Retinal questions and answers for the week 14.docx

FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.pdf

 

 

Teaching Goals and Tasks

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

 

1)     Expanding The Discipline, 1960 To The Present

2)     Applied Economics

3)     Economic Imperialism

4)     Heterodox Economics

5)     New Concepts And New Techniques

6)     Economics In The 20th Century

7)     Epilogue : Economists And Their History

 

 

 

 

FINAL EXAM W17L17
Week 17 Day Tuesday Lecture Room 403
Lesson 17 Date   Class Code 1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

 

            17 FINAL EXAMS

Week 17 Pre Final Exam Written Test 20% (Covering academic program covering from Week 13 to 16)

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week TOPIC LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
            17 a)      The student will be given an in class test with a set of four objective questions (25% mark each complete answer) and the test will last 90 minutes.

b)     The student on the exam day will need to register 10 minutes in advance and be seated at the numbered seat allocated by the teacher.

c)      The student will need to bring two black ink pens, personal ID card and student card.

d)     Paper will be given by the teacher on the day together with the set of questions.

e)      The student will be allowed to bring water or any other non-intoxicating drink in class. Any form of cheating will not be tolerated and the student will be invited to leave the class and be given a failure mark

D:\TEACHING MATERIAL\Chapters History of Economics\FINAL questions and answers for the week 17.docx

 

Teaching Material

D:\TEACHING MATERIAL\PPT\Grading System History of Economics.pptx

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