Understanding Economics

For Students 6th-8th grade
Sundays, Mar 3 – May 5, 2019
Period 2 | 11:00am - 12:15pm
$300 per semester for each course

ABOUT THE COURSE

What is the history of money, and what drives its value today? Why do prices for commodities, such as milk and gasoline, always change, as do the prices for houses, clothes, and tickets? Why did the annual global sales of smartphones fall in 2018 for the first time ever? What is the economic impact of the “internet of things”?

We will examine the underlying factors that impact money and prices. In addition to analyzing supply and demand, we will identify broad trends occurring in technology, demography, energy production and consumption, and data utilization.

Instructor : Michael Korn

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LOCATION

We will meet in the ADP Center, which is in University Hall on the Montclair State University campus.

1 E Normal Ave, Montclair, NJ 07043

REGISTER FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER

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