Listed in: Economics, as ECON-111
Formerly listed as: ECON-11 | ENST-23
Jake Blackwood (Section 03)
Jakina R. Debnam (Section 02)
Mesay Melese Gebresilasse (Section 03)
Jun Ishii (Section 04)
Christopher G. Kingston (Section 01)
Neil W. White (Section 01)
Geoffrey R. Woglom (Section 02)
A study of the central problem of scarcity and of the ways in which the U.S. economic system allocates scarce resources among competing ends and apportions the goods produced among people. Two 80-minute and one 50-minute lecture/discussion per week.
Requisite for all other courses in Economics.
Fall semester: Sections 1 and 2 limited to 18 Amherst College students per discussion section; Section 3 limited to 30 Amherst College students. Spring semester: Section 1 limited to 18 Amherst College students per discussion section; Section 2 limited to 25 Amherst College Students. The Department.
If Overenrolled: Drop students who do not attend the first two classes and admit students from a waiting list.