Microeconomics 2 (P)
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As an Associate Lecturer (Jake) for this course in 2013, I can say it was taught very well. There is an emphasis on the economics, rather than the mathematics, which is a nice change. However, I still suggest you question some of the models, and ask about the reality of the assumptions.