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Tufts University: EC018 - Quantitative Intermediate Macroeconomics - Economics - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
Daniel Richards | EC018 - Quantitative Intermediate Macroeconomics | Economics2006-08-14

Review:
Richards is a great guy. He knows his stuff and he's consistent. You must attend lecture if you want to do well on the tests. There is not really any text book so you must use class notes and problem sets to study. This class is very fair and by the end you will feel like you have a great handle on the subject matter.

Workload:
While the class is difficult, there is not tons of work. Plan to study a lot for the tests because they are quite hard. There is no reading, and the problem sets don't need to be done before the test preparation.


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Tufts University: EC018 - Quantitative Intermediate Macroeconomics - Economics - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
Daniel Richards | EC018 - Quantitative Intermediate Macroeconomics | Economics2004-04-20

Review:
Prof. Richards gives a good lecture. His dry wit and nicely organized classes will keep you awake, no doubt. He has a good command of the material, and you want to hear it straight from him (there is hardly any reading material for the course). He is, however, difficult to get in touch with outside of class... so don't necessarily expect talk of monetary policy over coffee on the weekends. Overall, he is a good guy who teaches a good course.

Workload:
The course is not that rigorous. You will want to attend class as much as you can -- the reading in the course packet is fairly light -- but missing a class won't throw you off in the least. Problem sets are not graded, and are there for your enjoyment... but if you do them, attend most of the classes, and can tie your shoes you'll do well on the exams (which are open-note and quite straightforward). It is an interesting class that won't break you.


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