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Dr. Harry Hillman Chartrand, PhD

Cultural Economist & Publisher

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Chief Economist

Cultural Econometrics

h.h.chartrand@compilerpress.ca

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Curriculum Vitae

 

Launched  1998

 

SITE INDEX

         MICRO

Shared Resources

1. Preface

2. Other Current Courses

3. Lectures

4. Other Courses

1. PREFACE

Articles

Economist & EconModel Glossaries

Literacy Test

Micro  

Macro

Links

Economists

 Schools

 Institutions

Econ Humour

Last Ideology Standing

JSTOR

Google

BBC

Wikipedia

A & L Daily

2. Other Current Courses

Introduction to Industrial Organization

News

May 8, 3rd MT Section Averages

MBA 7003, UNBSJ

Survey of Intellectual Property Rights

Econ 3593, UNBSJ

News

A Primer on Economics: "X" Marks the Spot, 2nd Ed.

MBA 4001, UNBSJ

 

Lectures

Secularization of the West & The Rest: The Legacy of Jeremy Bentham

Part I Establishment

Part II Disestablishment

MIDAS Lectures

UNBSJ

International Trade: A Positive Sum Game?

MBA Students, UNBSJ

Creative Destruction The Economic Meaning of Technological Change

MBA Student Assoc., UNBSJ

A Primer on Economics:

"X" Marks the Spot - A Lecture Series

Johnson-Shoyama Graduate

School of Public Policy, USASK

Ecological Economics: Economics, Ecology, Technology & Ideology

Department of Economics, Okanagan College, 2011

Money, Monetary Policy & the Central Bank: The Fourth Order of Government

Department of Economics, University of Regina, 2010

 

Other Courses

Applied Micro: Econ 213

College of Arts & Sciences, USASK

Business Internship: Econ 387

College of Arts & Sciences, USASK

Contemporary Economic Issues:

BCS 331, University of the Arctic

Economics of Biotechnology:

BPBE 292,  College of Agriculture, USASK

Environmental, Natural Resource & Ecological Economics: Econ 271, Okanagan College

History of Economic Thought

Econ 380, St. Thomas Moore College

International Development:

Econ 270, St. Thomas Moore College

 

     MACRO

UNBSJ

INTRODUCTORY

NCPM 1310

News

INTERMEDIARY

Econ 211

News

INTRODUCTORY

Econ 1023

News

INTERMEDIARY

Econ 214

News

0. Outline

0. Outline

0. Outline

0. Outline

1. Introductory Concepts

1.1 Concepts

1.2 Links

1.3 Glossary

1. Introduction

1.0 Glossary

1.1 Caution!

1.2 The Just Price

1. Introduction

1.1 Wealth of Nations

1.2 Concepts

1.3 National Accounts

1.4 Links

1. Introduction

1.1 Animal Spirits & Psychic Alchemy

1.2 Tool Box

1.3 The Task

1.4 Links

1.5 Equations

1.6 KBE

2. Demand

2.1 Utility

2.2 Demand

2.3 Links

2. The Consumer

2.1 Who is the Consumer?

2.2 Utility

2.3 Constraints

2.4 Maximization

2.5 Effects

2.6 Curves & Indices

2.7 Demand & Elasticity

2. Aggregate Expenditure & Demand

Closed Economy

2.1 Consumption & Savings
2.2  Investment & Government

Open Economy

2.3  Imports & Exports

2.4 Aggregate Demand

2.5  Circular Income Flow
2.6 The Multiplier

2. Definition  

2.1 Definitions

2.2 Measurement

2.3 The Record

2.4 Links

2.5 Canadian Experience

2.6 Glossary

3. Supply

3.1 Definitions

3.2 Assumptions

3.3 Supply

3.4 Links

3. The Producer

3.1 Who is the Producer?

3.2 Terms & Assumptions

3.3 Production Function

3.4 Cost & Supply Curves

3.4.1 One Variable

3.4.2 One Fixed Factor

3. Aggregate Supply & Equilibrium

3.1 Aggregate Supply - Short Run

3.2 Aggregate Supply: Long Run/Potential

3.3 Equilibrium:

3.4 Links

3. Models

3.1 Classical

(a) Output & Employment

(b) Money, Price & Interest

(c) Policy

(d) Conclusion:

(e) Links

(f) General Equilibrium

(g) Shapiro Ch. 17

4. Markets

4.1 Supply & Demand

4.2 Equilibrium & Elasticity

4.3 Market Forces & Public Intervention

4.4 Links

4.Competition

4.1 Terms & Assumptions

4.2 Perfect Competition

4.3 Imperfect

4.4 Monopoly

4.5 Monopolistic

4.6 Oligopoly

4. Public Policy

4.1 Fiscal Policy

Preamble: Economics of Democracy

(a) Purpose

(b) Terminology

(c) Process & Problems

(d) Policy

4.2 Monetary Policy

1. Money

2. Demand

3. Supply

4. Equilibrium

5. Policy

6. AD-AS Model

7. Central Bank

4.3 FP/MP Interaction

4.4  Links

3.2 Keynesian

(a) Equilibrium Output

(b) Aggregate Expenditure

(c) Equilibrium Income

(d) Exports & Imports

(e) Money &Interest

(f) LM/IS Curves

   1.Money Market

   2.Product Market

   3.Equilibrium

(g)  AS & AD

   1. Aggregate Demand

   2. Aggregate Supply

 (h) Shift in ASC

 (i) Keynes vs. Classical

5.0 Competition

5.1 Perfect Competition

5.2 Monopoly

5.3 Monopolistic Competition & Oligopoly

5.4 Links

5.General Equilibrium

5.1 Complications

5.0 Global Economy

5.1 Trade Policy

5.2 Balance of Payments

5.3 Links

3.3 Monetarist

(a) Quick Review

(b) Money Demand
(c) Nominal Income
(d) Policy

3.4 New Classical

(a) Rational Expectations

(b) Policy Implications

6.0 Market Failure & Externalities

6.1 Government
6.2 Environment & Knowledge

6.3 Externality Links

6.4 Selected Articles

 

6.0 Public Policy

6.1 Origins

6.2 Competition

6.3 Equity

6.4 Externalities

6.5 Public Goods

6.6 Complications

 

 

 

 

 

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