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Spring 2021 Class Schedule

This schedule represents the initial timing intentions of the Economics Department. The mode of instruction (face-to-face, hybrid of in-person and remote, synchronous remote, asynchronous remote) will be posted when the University announces plans for Spring Quarter. 
ECON 201Introduction to MacroeconomicsWalkerMWF  9:00-9:50T 8am, T 4pm, Th 4pm or Th 5pm $
ECON 202Introduction to MicroeconomicsHern├índez-SaboritTTh  12:30-1:50F 8am, F 1pm or F 2pm $
ECON 202Introduction to MicroeconomicsHornstenMWF  1:00-1:50Th 8am, Th 4pm or Th 6pm $
ECON 281Introduction to Applied EconometricsStaffMWF  11:00-11:50T 2pm, T 4pm, Th 8am or Th 2pm $
ECON 307Economics of Medical CareLimbrockMW  11:00-12:20*
ECON 308Money and BankingRognlieTTh  3:30-4:50#
ECON 309Public FinanceLewisMW  11:00-12:20*
ECON 310-1Microeconomics ISchulzMW  5:00-6:20pmF 8am, F 2pm or F 3pm $
ECON 310-2Microeconomics IIOgawaTTh  3:30-4:50W at 8am or 4pm $
ECON 311MacroeconomicsWitteMWF  12:00-12:50T 8am, T 2pm or Th 4pm $
ECON 323-1Economic History of the United States Before 1865RosenbergMW  9:30-10:50*
ECON 325Economic Growth and DevelopmentMatsuyamaMW  12:30-1:50*
ECON 330Behavioral EconomicsSchulzMW  2:00-3:20*
ECON 339Labor EconomicsHern├índez-SaboritMW  9:30-10:50*
ECON 340Economics of the FamilyDoepkeTTh  9:30-10:50#
ECON 341Economics of EducationOgawaMW  3:30-4:50*
ECON 349Industrial EconomicsHendelTTh  9:30-10:50F 10:00-10:50
ECON 350Monopoly, Competition, and Public PolicyHornstenTTh  12:30-1:50#
ECON 352Economics of NetworksGolubTTh  2:00-3:20#
ECON 362International FinanceWalkerMW  12:30-1:50pm*
ECON 372Environmental EconomicsWitteTTh  11:00-12:20#
ECON 381-2EconometricsBhattacharyaMW  2:00-3:20F 2:00-3:20
ECON 398-2Senior SeminarLewisTTh  11:00-12:20
ECON 410-3MicroeconomicsOlszewskiMW  9:00-10:50MF 3:00-4:50pm
ECON 411-3MacroeconomicsDoepkeTTh  1:00-2:50F 11:00-12:50
ECON 412-3Economic Theory and MethodsPeiTTh  3:30-5:20
ECON 415-1Advanced MicroeconomicsPavanMW  1:30-3:20
ECON 416-3Advanced MacroeconomicsRognlieTTh  11:00-12:50
ECON 420-1American Economic HistoryChabotMW  6:30-8:20pm
ECON 425-3Development EconomicsBeamanTTh  9:00-10:50
ECON 450-3Industrial OrganizationBhattacharyaMW  9:00-10:50
ECON 460-2International EconomicsMatsuyamaMW  3:30-5:20
ECON 480-3EconometricsCanayTTh  9:00-10:50T 1:00-2:50 and F 3:00-4:50
ECON 481-3Advanced EconometricsCanayTTh  1:30-3:20
ECON 501Graduate Student SeminarPavan  MWF - MW 11:00 - 11:50 AM, F 2:00- 2:50 PM
ECON 515Research Seminar in Economic TheoryPeiW  3:30-4:50
ECON 520Research Seminar in Economic HistoryFerrieW  3:30-4:50
ECON 530Research Seminar in MacroeconomicsPrimiceriM  12:00-1:20
ECON 535Research Seminar in Applied MicroeconomicsBeamanTh  3:30-4:50
ECON 550Research Seminar in Industrial OrganizationPorterM  3:30-4:50
ECON 560Research Seminar in International EconomicsMatsuyamaTBD 
ECON 580Research Seminar in EconometricsAuerbachT  3:30-4:50
STAT 210Introductory Statistics for the Social SciencesLewisMWF  4:00-4:50T 8am, T 4pm, Th 4pm or Th 5pm $

* = At the instructors discretion, subject to sufficient enrollment to justify a Teaching Assistant, a discussion session may be scheduled on Fridays at the same time as the lectures.

# = At the instructors discretion, subject to sufficient enrollment to justify a Teaching Assistant, a discussion session may be scheduled at a mutually convenient time.

$ = Discussion sections in core classes are for 50 minutes

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