Jacob James Rich | PhD Candidate | Case Western Reserve University

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Washtenaw Community College:

Principles of Economics I: ECO 211

Economics dictates the decisions of the world. From why McDoubles are no longer a buck, to why countries go to war, to your reasons for registering for this course - all can be explained by economics. In this introduction, we will investigate inflation, unemployment, national income, and the role of money creation; using supply and demand analysis. After this course, you should have a better understanding of the consequences of fiscal and monetary policy and the purpose of studying macroeconomics.

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Eastern Michigan University:

Elementary Statistics: MATH 170

Mathematics is the language of the universe. Statitistics allows one to make informed decisions based on their observations of the world. In my series, I teach the standard introductory statistics curriculum, while focusing on topics in probability and persuasive writing. Establishing causality is the focus of my course, and students often leave my class with a healthy amount of skepticism.

Course Materials (Currently unavailable, but previous and potential students may email me to request access.)

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