The Terry College of Business
Department of Economics at the University of Georgia

ECONOMICS 2106H:
Principles of Microeconomics 
 

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Professor: David B. Mustard 
Department of Economics
Director of the Bonbright Center for the Study of Regulation
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia

Office: B406 Amos Hall 
Phone: 542-3624
Email: mustard@uga.edu

Office hours:
      Mon. 10-11:30 am
      Wed. 2-3:30 pm
      Other times by appt.

Class time: Tues & Thurs 2-3:15
Class room: MLC 268
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Last updated: Feb. 15, 2018

1. Reading:  
   2/22: Chapters 10 (Externalities) and 11 (Public goods)
   2/27: Chapter 11 (Public Goods)
   3/1: Chapter 27 (Consumer Choice)

2. Due Dates: Homework (11 pm), Exams, and Papers)
   2/20: Midterm #1
   2/23: Homework Chapter 9 (Intl Trade)
   2/27: Homework Chapater 10 (Externalities)
   3/1: Homework Chapter 11 (Public Goods)
   *3/8: paper #1 (Any time by early in spring break is fine)

3.
On Tue. Feb. 20 at 11 am: Susette Talarico Lecture presented by the Criminal Justice Studies Program and CJ Society. Chief Louis M. Dekmar "Trust, Race, and Police: The Contemporary Challenges of History". Dean Rusk Hall; Larry Walker Room (top floor). During his 40-year career in law enforcement, Dekmar has won many awards and provided over 300 training programs to law enforcement agents about leadership, ethics, and racial trust building.