Inequality: Mathematical and Econometric Approach

Michael Sproul

Inequality: Mathematical and Econometric Approach

Economics department

Michael Sproul

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Took Econ 101 with Sproul

Don't listen to the review below. Looney and undeserved, probably doesn't have a 4.0 nor got an A. No, I don't have a 4.0 (still pretty high though), but I got an A+ with him.

Sproul is incredible because he was the best professor that taught us for Econ 102, Econ 164, and Econ 106V. As far as his "stupid" theories, they're concepts that are built upon heavily in upper-divs, and Sproul's focus on concepts and graphs rather than quantitative analysis helped me get A's/A+'s in those three upper divs.

Don't hate the guy just cuz he's conservative. He's perhaps one of the best professors in the Economics department.

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