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101A, Microeconomic Theory, DellaVigna, S.
104, Advanced Microeconomic Theory, Santesteban, C.
134, Macroeconomic Policy from the Great Depression to the Great Recession, Romer C. and Romer D.
219B, Applications of Psychology and Economics, DellaVigna, S.
280b, International Economics, Obstfeld, M.
Econ 101a, Microeconomic Theory, D. Card
Econ H195A, Senior Honors Thesis, R. Craine
Econ 202a, Macroeconomic Theory, M. Obstfeld and D. Romer
Econ 215A-B, Political Economics, Gérard Roland
Econ 230a, Public Economics, A. Auerbach
Econ 250a, Labor Economics, D. Card
Econ 260, Comparative Economics, Gérard Roland
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