|Dr. Patricia K. Smith
Professor of Economics
University of Michigan-Dearborn
Courses I teach regularly:
EC202 Principles of Microeconomics (Fall and Winter terms)
We learn how individual consumers and firms make their decisions about what to buy, how much to buy, what to produce, how much to produce and how to produce in a market economy. Will a system in which everyone follows their self-interest allocate our limited resources efficiently?
EC305 Statistics for Economics ( Fall term)
Learn how to collect and present data using Excel, evaluate data and graph quality, and use data to improve decision-making.
EC4015 Econometrics (Winter term in even-numbered years)
A capstone course continuing the study of statistical techniques economists use. Learn to estimate economic relationships and test our economic theories using multiple regression analysis.
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