A Quantitative Enzyme Study Using Simple Equipment
This resource consists of a simple laboratory exercise including detailed protocols, outlines and background information for students, and instructors notes.
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Quantitative Data Analysis
Students will analyze quantitative data and interpret the results, learning about the relevance of education and family type to earnings, how it has changed over time and the relevance of race in understanding these relationships.
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Thailand in Crisis - 5 - Warr, Leigh & Walker: Economics แปลเป็นภาษาไทย
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Gateway: Planning Economics, Fall 2004
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This course covers the essential principles and tools of Managerial Economics, the application of microeconomics to management decisions. Students who master this material will be better prepared for leadership positions in business, not-for-profit, and government entities.
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UCLA Economics Department Commencement 2010 - Gary Steele
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Richard Wagner on Economics: Rational Action or Social Science?
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Floris Heukelom on Eric Wanner and the Economics of Behavioral Economics
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Marcel Boumans on the History of Economics as a History of Tools and Techniques
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Flourishing on Earth: Lessons from Ecological Economics
Dr. Costanza explores how a cultural transition that respects biophysical boundaries and balances built, human, social and natural capital assets can create a sustainable and desirable future. Dr. Costanza is Co-Founder, International Society of Ecological Economics and the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Solutions, a new journal devoted to solving the environmental, social and economic problems of our time.
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23 - Black Reconstruction in the South: The Freedpeople and the Economics of Land and Labor
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The science of climate change structures the economics: risk of major damage and a global response must be at the core of an analysis of policy. History and wealth structure the ethics. The economics of climate change must, therefore, point to effective, efficient, and ethical, as well as collaborative, policy responses. This lecture will follow this analysis and describe a possible global deal or framework and how it might be built. Lord Stern is I.G. Patel Professor of Economics and Governmen
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Nicholas Stern, London School of Economics: "The Economics of Climate Change: Risk, Ethics, and a Gl
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What should be the role of economics in assisting society to move towards a sustainable lifestyle? What are the limitations? This panel will invite you to reflect on the value you attribute to economics as a discipline that can enable us to shift to a green economy. Think about the links and connections between this class and our Tragedy of the Common tutorial, as well as Alastairs lectures on how we see the environment.
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Week 05 Panel B: Can Economics Save the World? Richard Denniss
What should be the role of economics in assisting society to move towards a sustainable lifestyle? What are the limitations? This panel will invite you to reflect on the value you attribute to economics as a discipline that can enable us to shift to a green economy. Think about the links and connections between this class and our Tragedy of the Common tutorial, as well as Alastairs lectures on how we see the environment.
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Week 05 Panel A: Can Economics Save the World? Hannah Parris
What should be the role of economics in assisting society to move towards a sustainable lifestyle? What are the limitations? This panel will invite you to reflect on the value you attribute to economics as a discipline that can enable us to shift to a green economy. Think about the links and connections between this class and our Tragedy of the Common tutorial, as well as Alastairs lectures on how we see the environment.
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