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Econ H195A Honors Thesis Seminar, Craine, R.
Econ 215A, Political Economics, G. Roland
Econ 202a, Macroeconomic Theory, P. Gourinchas, D. Romer
Econ 230A, Public Economics , Auerbach, A.
Econ 244, Applied Econometrics, Kline, P.
Econ 250A, Labor Economics, Card, D.
Econ 260A, Comparative Economics, G. Roland
100A Economic Analysis--Micro, Carson, S.
140 Economic Statistics and Econometrics, Carson, S.
101a Economic Theory - Micro - DellaVigna, S.
219b Applications of Psychology and Economics - DellaVigna, S.
280c International Economics - Obstfeld, M.
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