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101A, Economic Theory - Micro, Card, D.
H195A, Honors Thesis Seminar, Craine, R.
202A, Macroeconomic Theory , Obstfeld, M.
210C/236A, Macroeconomic History, Romer C. and Romer D.
230A, Public Economics, Auerbach, A.
e244, Applied Econometrics, Kline, P.
e250A, Labor Economics, Card, D
1, Introduction to Economics, Olney, M.
115, The World Economy in the Twentieth Century, Eichengreen, B.
124, Special Topics in Industrial Organization, Woroch, G.
134, Macroeconomic Policy from the Great Depression to the Great Recession, Romer, C D
140, Economics Statistics and Econometrics [B], Woroch, G.
196, Special Topics in Economic Research[B], Gourinchas, P.
210A, Introduction to Economic History, Eichengreen, B.
211, Berkeley Economic History Laboratory Weekly Seminar, Eichengreen, B.
219B, Applications of Psychology and Economics, DellaVigna, S.
224, The Economics of Institutions, Tadelis, S.
250C, Labor Economics, McCrary, J.
280C, International Economics, Obstfeld, M
301, Pedagogy Seminar for Economics, Olney, M.
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