Principles of microeconomics: lecture materials

lecture notes provided online by John Kane, SUNY Oswego

Part of the support materials for Eco 101 – Principles of Microeconomics as taught by John Kane of SUNY Oswego. Notes from twenty lectures are available here as ordinary Web pages with graphics, as Flash videos with an audio narration and as PowerPoint presentations.

Online lecture materials

Chapter 1 – Introduction single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 2 – Opportunity Costs single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 3 – Demand and Supply single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 4 – Market System single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 5 – Public Sector single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 6 – Elasticity single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 7 – Consumer Choice single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 8 – Production, Costs, and Supply single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 9 – Profit Maximization single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 10 – Perfect Competition single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 11 – Monopoly single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 12 – Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 13 – Antitrust and Regulation single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 14 – Government and Market Failure single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 15 – Resource Markets single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 16 – Labor Market single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 17 – Capital and Financial Markets single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 18 – The Land Market and Natural Resources single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 19 – Aging, Social Security, and Health Care single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow
Chapter 20 – Income Distribution and Poverty single document HTML format Macromedia Flash format (w/audio) PowerPoint slideshow

Supplemental Readings

  1. Introduction (Chapters 1 and 2) – School vouchers
  2. Demand and supply (Chapter 3) – Do slave redemption programs reduce the problem of slavery? (revised topic)
  3. Private and public sectors (Chapters 4 and 5) – no supplemental readings
  4. Elasticity (Chapter 6) – no supplemental readings
  5. Consumer choice and demand – (Chapter 7) – Capital punishment
  6. Productivity and costs (Chapter 8) – no supplemental readings
  7. Product markets (Chapter 9) – no supplemental readings
  8. Perfect competition (Chapter 10) – Should there be a market for human organs?
  9. Monopoly (Chapter 11) – Is Microsoft a Monopolist?
  10. Monopolistic competition and oligopoly (Chapters 12 and 13) – No supplemental readings
  11. Resource markets (Chapter 14) – No supplemental readings
  12. Labor markets (Chapters 15 and 16) – No supplemental readings
  13. Capital, resource markets, and the environment (Chapters 17 and 18) – No supplemental reading
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