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ECC3810 Comprehensive Exam Study Guide (HD)

Written by Fiona

Comprehensive set of notes that covers all unit material. Includes all material testable on the fina...

80 pages, 16504 words

Public Finance/Economics Condensed notes with sample Questions and Answers

Written by Aleona

Condensed notes of all the theorems and theories from the Public Finance (ECC3810), Public Sector Ec...

68 pages, 18796 words

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Reviews

This was one of my favourite economics subjects I’ve done. I’m someone who enjoys the theory side of things moreso than the maths and while towards the end of the unit it did get a little bit maths heavy, there was a good balance between the two. The lecturer is the sweetest person and even though it’s not necessarily the best notes or organisation you’ll find, he really tries his best.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

This was one of my favourite economics subjects I’ve done. I’m someone who enjoys the theory side of things moreso than the maths and while towards the end of the unit it did get a little bit maths heavy, there was a good balance between the two. The lecturer is the sweetest person and even though it’s not necessarily the best notes or organisation you’ll find, he really tries his best.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

This subject is okay. Seems really math heavy at first but trust me, there won't be much math to understand. Exam and mini quizzes are completely based on remembering stuff, no actual application of maths required. If you think this is going to be unit about Australian public policy like I did, you'll be disappointed as it is 75% theory. Lecturer is really sweet and tried his hardest but the content was kind of all over the place.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019