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100A Economic Analysis--Micro, Carson, S.
140 Economic Statistics and Econometrics, Carson, S.
1 - Introduction to Economics, Moretti, E.
134 - Macroeconomic Policy from the Great Depression to Today, Romer, C. and Romer, D.
219B - Applications of Psychology and Economics, DellaVigna, S.
250c - Topics in Labor Economics, Rothstein, J.
280c - International Economics, Obstfeld, M.
101A, Economic Theory - Micro, Card, D.
182, International Monetary Economics, Gourinchas, P. [B]
H195A, Honors Thesis Seminar, Craine,R.
202A, Macroeconomic Theory, Obstfeld, M. and Romer, D.
210C/236C, Macroeconomic History, Romer, C. and Romer, D.
230A, Public Economics , Auerbach, A.
250A, Topics in Labor Economics, Card, D.
280B, International Economics, Gourinchas, P. [B]
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