Intermediate Microeconomics Honours
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This subject is very tough, BUT, you get all the resources you need to succeed. The lecturer, Stephen is really good and explains most things quite well. Tutors are also quite good. The solutions provided to the tutorial materials really help you understand a lot of the content. Initially a lot of people did not do quite well in the midsems, but if you persist and ask help when in doubt, it is possible to improve!!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
This is an amazing subject and Stephen is one of the best lecturer I've ever had! Make good use of the lecture slides and you'll be alright ;)
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Really enjoyed this subject
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
I enjoyed this subject very much. Stephen is an outstanding lecturer. He always knows what he's talking about, and actually makes the effort to teach (he adds interesting examples in lecture notes, explains mathematical formulas as well as each step of his working out, and takes the time to explain graphs and what they mean). There were a lot of interesting topics, such as consumer theory, choice under risk, choice over time and game theory. It was great that the first 6 weeks were closely related and used the same method of solving problems (using tangency conditions etc). My tutor was Henry, and he was one of the best I've ever had. He explains the content nicely, sometimes shows his own way of doing the questions, and taught me to see the problems intuitively, instead of memorising formulas. Lots of time given for exams, with past papers available. Solutions for tutorials were very clear. There is no steep learning curve from ECON1001, and we had an analytical approach towards the content, but it still makes sense. Stephen and Henry did an awesome job.