online Microeconomics class

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looking for someone to do an online microeconomics class start to finish. I've attached the syllabus. please look at it closely to make sure you're time allows for all assignments to be completed in a timely manner. If not, then please do not respond. Also, please have an expertise in the subject.

Class begins on July 2nd and goes for 7 weeks.

While I expect at least a B- an A will definitely earn you a bonus.

Thank you!


ECO222 Principles of Microeconomics (3 credit hours) Syllabus Course Description A study of microeconomics (the “parts” of the economy) concepts and principles, international trade, and current issues in micro-economics. Required for all majors in the BBA. Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) By the end of this course, the student will be able to do the following: 1. Apply the Ten Principles of Economics (basic economic axioms) to real-world situations 2. Predict market outcomes using simple Microeconomic models 3. Illustrate how markets serve to allocate goods and services 4. Analyze the welfare effects of differing market allocations 5. Apply the simple Microeconomic models to real-world situations and determine how the assumptions or predictions of a model may need to be modified to apply to the realworld situations. 6. Analyze the implications of Government interventions on market outcomes and welfare Course Topics The Economics Problem Resources, Scarcity, Choice Fundamental Economic Questions Alternative Economic Systems (Traditional, Market, Mixed, Command) Normative vs. Positive Economics Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage and the Gains from Trade Demand & Quantity Demanded Principle of Declining Marginal Utility Law of Demand (Functional Relationship, Explanations) Determinants of Demand and Quantity Demanded Elasticity (Price, Income, and Cross) Determinants of Demand Supply & Quantity Supplied Principle of Declining Marginal Productivity Law of Supply (Functional Relationship, Explanations) Determinants of Supply and Quantity Supplied Elasticity of Supply& Determinants Production and Costs Economic Costs & Profits Short Run vs. Long Run Production Functions (SR & LR) Costs (SR & LR) and Economies of Scale Basic Market Structures Defined Perfect Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Basic Market Structures Compared Pareto Optimality Maximization of Consumer and Producer Surplus Impacts of Externalities in each type of market Economic Efficiency and Public Policy Externalities, Regulation, & Using the Marketplace Markets Factor Goods and Services Capital Government and the Market Economy Taxation and Public Expenditure Issues Environmental and Safety Issues Course Prerequisites/Corequisites MAT 174/181 Required Textbook(s) and Resources The course technology fee includes student access to Aplia and an ebook version of your textbook. The fee will be charged to your account during the add/drop period. An optional, highly discounted loose-leaf hard copy of the textbook is available for purchase in the Tiffin University bookstore. This is a special arrangement with TU and the discounted loose-leaf paper copy may not be available at the same rate from outside vendors. Optional: Mankiw, G. (2018). Brief principles of macroeconomics. (8th ed.). Cengage. ISBN: 9781337802154 (loose leaf) Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual lectures/activities for those requirements. Where applicable, Tiffin University has obtained permission to use copyrighted material. Additionally, you will need a library barcode to conduct research through the University library and access any library resources provided in the course. If you do not already have a barcode, please request one by clicking on the following link: • Link (online form): Barcode Request Form Minimum Student Technology Requirements In order to have a quality learning experience in your online courses, the University requires that your primary computer (the computer used to access course materials and on which you will be required to install course-specific software) meets or exceeds certain specifications. Click on the following link to view the specifications: • Link (website): PC Recommendations Time Management Time management is an important part of academic success. Please refer to the approximate (average) times noted below for readings and assignments to help plan your time accordingly. Course Content Please refer to individual activities for assessment guidelines. WEEK 1 Course Topics Ten principles of Economics: Costs, Tradeoffs, Marginal Thinking, and Incentives Supply and Demand, Equilibrium, How Supply and Demand Determine the Price and Number of Transactions in the Market, and How Changes Affect the Equilibrium Read/Review Textbook, Lectures, and Other Resources Textbook: Chapter 1, 4 Weekly Resources and Introduction Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual lectures/activities for those requirements. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Introductory Discussion: Initial Post Discussion: Initial Post All Discussions: Secondary Posts Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Aplia Introduction Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 1 Assignment 2: Aplia Lab – Chapter 4 Assignment 3: Paper CLO(s): n/a CLO(s): 1 CLO(s): as noted CLO(s): n/a CLO(s): 1 CLO(s): 1, 2 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 5 Monday Wednesday Saturday Thursday Sunday Sunday Sunday Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) Approx. Time 4.00 hrs. 0.75 hrs. Approx. Time 0.75 hrs. 2.50 hrs. 0.50 hrs. 7.00 hrs. 3.00 hrs. 4.00 hrs. 3.00 hrs. 25.75 hrs. WEEK 2 Course Topics Economic Models and their Applicability Supply and Demand, Equilibrium, How Supply and Demand Determine the Price and Number of Transactions in the Market, and How Changes Affect the Equilibrium Read/Review Textbook, Lectures, and Other Resources Textbook: Chapter 2, 3 Weekly Resources Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual lectures/activities for those requirements. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Discussion: Initial Post All Discussions: Secondary Posts Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 2 Assignment 2: Aplia Lab – Chapter 3 Assignment 3: Paper CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 5 CLO(s): as noted CLO(s): 2 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 5 Wednesday Saturday Sunday Sunday Sunday Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) Approx. Time 4.00 hrs. 0.50 hrs. Approx. Time 2.50 hrs. 1.00 hrs. 4.00 hrs. 4.00 hrs. 3.50 hrs. 19.50 hrs. WEEK 3 Course Topics Elasticity, Inelastic and Elastic Demand (and Supply), Unit Elasticity Price Floors, Price Ceilings, Binding versus Non-binding Read/Review Textbook, Lectures, and Other Resources Textbook: Chapter 5, 6 Weekly Resources Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual lectures/activities for those requirements. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Discussion: Initial Post All Discussions: Secondary Posts Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 5 Assignment 2: Aplia Lab – Chapter 6: Introduction Assignment 3: Paper CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 CLO(s): as noted CLO(s): 1, 2 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 6 Wednesday Saturday Sunday N/A CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Sunday Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) Approx. Time 3.50 hrs. 0.50 hrs. Approx. Time 2.50 hrs. 1.00 hrs. 4.00 hrs. 0.50 hrs. 3.50 hrs. 15.50 hrs. WEEK 4 Course Topics Taxes, Incidence of Taxes, Determinants of Tax Incidence, Effects of a Tax on Quantity of Transactions Consumer Surplus, Producer Surplus, Total Surplus, Optimal Market Results Applications of Surplus, Deadweight Loss, Size of Deadweight loss and Tax Revenue as the Tax Size changes Approx. Read/Review Time Textbook, Textbook: Chapter 6, 7, 8 6.00 hrs. Lectures, Weekly Resources 0.75 hrs. and Other Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual Resources lectures/activities for those requirements. Approx. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Time Discussion: Initial Post CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Wednesday 2.50 hrs. All Discussions: Secondary Posts CLO(s): as noted Saturday 1.00 hrs. Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 6 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 6 Sunday 4.00 hrs. Assignment 2: Aplia Lab – Chapter 7 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 4 Sunday 4.00 hrs. Assignment 3: Aplia Lab – Chapter 8 CLO(s): 1, 2, 4, 6 Sunday 4.00 hrs. Assignment 4: Paper CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 Sunday 3.50 hrs. Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) 25.75 hrs. WEEK 5 Course Topics The Production Function, Costs: Fixed, Variable and Total costs, Sunk Costs, Average and Marginal Costs Definition of Perfect Competition, Marginal Revenue in Perfect Competition, Price and Profit Maximizing Quantity in Perfect Competition, Shut Down and Exit Conditions, Short- and Long-Run Supply Curves in Perfect Competition Approx. Read/Review Time Textbook, Textbook: Chapter 13, 14 3.50 hrs. Lectures, Weekly Resources 0.50 hrs. and Other Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual Resources lectures/activities for those requirements. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Approx. Discussion: Initial Post All Discussions: Secondary Posts Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 13 Assignment 2: Aplia Lab – Chapter 14 Assignment 3: Paper CLO(s): 1, 2, 5 CLO(s): as noted CLO(s): 1 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3 CLO(s): 1, 2, 5 Time 2.50 hrs. 1.00 hrs. 4.00 hrs. 4.00 hrs. 3.50 hrs. Wednesday Saturday Sunday Sunday Sunday Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) 19.00 hrs. WEEK 6 Course Topics Monopolies, How Monopolies Arise, Marginal Revenue of a Monopolist, The Profit Maximizing Quantity and Price for a Monopolist, How a Monopoly Affects Total Surplus Monopolistic Competition, A Monopolistically Competitive Firm’s Price, Quantity, and Profit in the Short Run, What Happens in the Long Run Approx. Read/Review Time Textbook, Textbook: Chapter 15, 16 4.00 hrs. Lectures, Weekly Resources 0.50 hrs. and Other Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual Resources lectures/activities for those requirements. Approx. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Time Discussion: Initial Post CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Wednesday 2.50 hrs. All Discussions: Secondary Posts CLO(s): as noted Saturday 1.00 hrs. Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 15 CLO(s): 2, 3, 4 Sunday 4.00 hrs. Assignment 2: Aplia Lab – Chapter 16 CLO(s): 2, 3 Sunday 4.00 hrs. Assignment 3: Paper CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 5 Sunday 3.50 hrs. Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) 19.50 hrs. WEEK 7 Course Topics Game Theory and Nash Equilibrium (in Two Player Games), Prisoner’s Dilemma, Cartels and Collusion, Public Policy Towards Oligopolies Approx. Read/Review Time Textbook, Textbook: Chapter 17 2.00 hrs. Lectures, Weekly Resources 0.50 hrs. and Other Some lectures/activities may contain additional resources. See individual Resources lectures/activities for those requirements. Approx. Activity Type Course Learning Outcomes Due Time Discussion: Initial Post CLO(s): 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 Wednesday 2.50 hrs. All Discussions: Secondary Posts CLO(s): as noted Saturday 1.00 hrs. Assignment 1: Aplia Lab – Chapter 17 CLO(s): 1, 2, 3, 6 Sunday 4.00 hrs. Assignment 2: Paper CLO(s): 1, 2, 5, 6 Thursday 3.50 hrs. Approximate Weekly Time on Task (includes resources and activities) 13.50 hrs. Approximate Time on Task for Entire Course 134.50 hrs. Grading Structure Activity Introductory Discussion Discussion Assignment 1: Lab Assignment 2: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 n/a Total 0 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 245 45 25 25 25 25 25 25 195 25 25 25 25 25 125 Lab Assignment 3: Lab Assignment: Paper Total Activity Categories Discussions Lab Papers Total 25 25 50 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 385 185 140 115 165 140 140 115 1000 Percentage of Total Points 24.5% 37.0% 38.5% 100% Grading Scale Grade Percentage A 90-100% B 80-89% C 70-79% D 60-69% F <60% Please see the Academic Bulletin for grade appeal information. FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects student information. Other than directory information, such as name, address, phone number, etc., students must give consent for individuals to gain access to a student’s educational record, including grades, transcripts, and behavior reports (unless the student is under the age of 18). Students also have the right to review their educational records. For a more detailed explanation, please see the Student Handbook. FROM THE OFFICE OF EQUITY, ACCESS, AND OPPORTUNITY Nondiscrimination Policy Tiffin University is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all students, applicants for admission, and is committed in policy and practice to ensuring equal access to educational opportunities for all regardless of the person’s race, religion, personal appearance, color, sex, pregnancy, political affiliation, socialeconomic class, place of business, residence, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin (including ancestry), citizenship status, physical or mental disability, age, marital status, family responsibilities, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, veteran or military status (including special disabled veteran, Vietnam-era veteran, or recently separated veteran), predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status] or any other protected category under applicable local, state or federal law. http://www.tiffin.edu/academics/calcat/2016_17_Academic_Bulletin_062016.pdf All complaints of sexual harassment/misconduct, domestic violence, dating violence, bullying, cyber-bullying, stalking, or discrimination should be reported to Dr. PerryFantini, Assistant Vice President for Diversity & Equity Officer/Title IX Coordinator, perryfantinis@tiffin.edu or 419-448-3504. You can report incidents or complaints at http://www.tiffin.edu/institutionaldiversity/titleix/Incident_Reporting.pdf. The Office of Disability Services supports the institutional commitment to diversity by providing educational opportunities for qualified individuals with disabilities through accessible programs and services in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. If you need reasonable accommodations due to a documented disability, you are required to contact the Sally Kloepfer, Director for Disability Services at kloepfers@tiffin.edu or 419448-3021. Veterans Please refer to your Moodle Home page for services for veterans, service members, and their families. Moodle and Non-Moodle Technical Support Blackboard Student Services will provide 24x7 Moodle helpdesk support for all Tiffin University students and faculty. Locate contact information for Blackboard Student Services (Moodle-related issues) and for Tiffin University ITS helpdesk (non-Moodle related issues) on your Moodle Home page. This syllabus is subject to change at the discretion of the University.

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