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Reviews

A good introduction to microeconomics, especially from the perspective of someone who did not do it at a VCE level. A lot of content is covered, but at least for my semester, I felt that it was done in a way that was reasonably palatable, assuming you take the time to engage well with the course content and ask others about things you don't know (I had to do this quite frequently, whether this be with my friends or at consults). In Semester 1 this year there generally was a greater degree of quantitative backing to the concepts we learnt (something which separates the subject from VCE), and the exam was much harder than usual, which explained why it scaled ~10 marks depending on your score.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Eik is an engaging and interesting lecturer. The assignments seemed simple but were marked very harshly. The exam was more straightforward compared to semester 1. However, time management is very important and many people didn't finish the paper. I didn't have time to do 30 marks in the exam but was able to get H1 due to scaling.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I had 0 background in economics before this subject. Personally, I find the lectures were very hard and some of the recording were missing and not really recorded effectively, which made it more difficult for me. Tutor was somewhat helpful but tutorial was very rushing. OLT was very helpful. Suffering throughout the semester, but in the end my score was very fine. So work hard on your own, i guess.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

The first 9 weeks of the course are extremely easy, however the course tends to become harder after week 9. The assignments were easy and overall quite interesting. The most interesting topics were game theory and competitive strategy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Not the best introduction to the content although somewhat interesting if you have had no exposure to economics beforehand.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The first 9 weeks of the course are extremely easy, however the course tends to become harder after week 9. The assignments were easy and overall quite interesting. The most interesting topics were game theory and competitive strategy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject is an introduction to microeconomic theory and policy. Topics include the theory of perfectly competitive markets, welfare analysis and the role of government in the economy, theory of the firm (production and costs), game theory, and effects of market structure on resource allocation.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Like the previous review, I did not enjoy my experience in this subject. I personally found the content quite dry and too difficult for someone who has never touched economics in high school. Tutes were somewhat helpful but were very rushed in terms of time. Assignments were quite vague in terms of expectations and there was a lot of variation in marking. The exam was also very difficult and did not cover the content learned during the semester well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

A generally meh subject, with great focus on math. Phillip wasn't a good lecturer as his speeches weren't really engaging or easy to follow at all. Tutes were okay as they helped more than lectures. Assignments are not too bad, they tend to be similar to tute works. The exam was quite confusing. Overall, it didn't leave me a great experience.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Amazing subject, rote learning not necessary, a firm grasp of microeconomic concepts is all you need

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019