Lecture: TuTh 3:30-4:50 in HG 1800
Discussion Sections: Friday 1:00-1:50 in MSTB 122, Monday 9:00-9:50 in DBH 1200.
Professor: Scott Jordan (sjordan at uci dot edu). Office Hours: I can be found most days in my office in 3214 Bren Hall. The most likely times to find me in the office are Mondays during 3:00-5:00, Tuesdays during 1:30-3:00, and Thursdays during 10:00-11:30. Please stop by, or email me a list of a few days/times that you can meet.
Computer Science Teaching Assistant: Jeffrey Chen (jeffrey.chen at uci dot edu). Office Hours: Monday 1-3pm in DBH 3068.
Economics Teaching Assistant: Yu Lei (leiy19 at uci dot edu). Office Hours: Wednesday 2-3pm in the Economics Learning Center (SST 165); Friday 2-3pm in SST 228.
Reader: Ali Nikkhah (anikkha1 at uci dot edu).
- Problem Set #2 has been assigned. It is due Tuesday April 23 at 10pm. Instructions for turning it in are here.
- The discussion sections on Friday April 19 and Monday April 22 focussed on Problem Set #2. Slides are available.
- Jeffrey Chen will not have office hours on Monday April 29.
- Case studies:
- The groups and case studies have been assigned.
- Copyright case study:
- If your group has been assigned to be a Lobbyist on the copyright case study:
- Your initial report is due April 26.
- Your interim report is due May 3.
- You will present in class on May 7.
- Your slides are due May 7.
- Your final report is due May 8.
- Each student in the group must complete the Lobbyist Peer Grading Survey on May 7 or 8.
- If your group has been assigned to be a Staffer on the copyright case study:
- Your initial report is due April 29.
- Your interim report is due May 6.
- You will present in class on May 9.
- Your slides are due May 9.
- Your final report is due May 10.
- Each student in the group must complete the Staffer Peer Grading Survey on May 9 or 10.
- If your group has not been assigned to be either a Lobbyist or Staffer on the copyright case study:
- You will individually act as a Reporter, and ask a question in class on May 9.
- Problem Set #1 has been graded. You can find your graded problem set on gradescope.com, and you can find solutions linked from the course outline.
- Before each lecture, you should read the assigned reading for that date, and be prepared to answer questions. I also recommend that you bring the corresponding set of lecture slides.
- We are using Piazza for questions and answers. You should be able to sign yourself up for the class on the website, if you wish to use it. The TAs will be periodically monitoring Piazza, and will answer questions within a reasonable time frame. Students are encouraged to also answer questions from other students.