Ronald Caldwell

 RonaldC. Caldwell

Ronald C. Caldwell

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Apr 28, 2018
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Poor

Professor Caldwell is a good teacher but a very tough grader. This class was difficult if you didn't take AP Econ in high school, and even if you did it's still hard.

Apr 27, 2018
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Awesome

Professor Caldwell is the best professor that teaches Economics 101. This class is very easy if you did well in Advances Placement Microeconomics in high school. Either way, just go to lecture and memorize drawing each graph. Each exam is a lot of application of the information, so going to discussion, doing the problem sets and quizzes, and studying is important.

Apr 27, 2018
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Awesome

Mr. Caldwell is one of the best professors I've had. I had never take Economics before. He made me interested in the subject as I'm interested in my major. I disagree with review that his exams were hard. Actually, it was so easy as long as you pay attention in class and focus on what hints he will give. The given practice material were more than enough too.

Jan 9, 2020
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Average

Professor Caldwell is way overhyped. There's not too much homework in the class. I went to lectures, did the problem sets, take home quizzes, and I still received a pretty average grade. Maybe I'm just not an econ person. I still feel like I should've gotten a better grade though.

Biography

University of Michigan - Economics


Resume

  • Research

    Microeconomics

    Econometrics

    Politics

    Management

    Economics

    Stata

    Higher Education

    Data Analysis

    Statistics

    Caldwell Jr.

    Caldwell Jr.

    University of Washington

    University of Michigan

    University of Kansas

    Ann Arbor

    Michigan

    Lecturer III

    University of Michigan

    University of Kansas

    Economics Graduate Instructor

    Independent instructor:\n\nLabor Economics (Spring 2007)\n\nIntermediate Microeconomics (Winter 2006

    Spring 2006)\n\nPrinciples of Microeconomics (Winter 2004

    Spring 2004

    Winter 2005

    Fall 2005

    Fall 2006)

    University of Washington

    Pharmacy

    M.S.

    Masters Thesis: \"The Economics of Smoking Cessation: An Economic Simulation Model Comparing the Costs and Benefits Associated with Standard Cessation Methods\"\n\nGraduate School Top Scholar Award (2004)

    Economics

    Ph.D.

    Rachel M. Storer Award in Labor Economics (2007)\n\nGraduate Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (2007)

    B.A.

    Magna Cum Laude (1999)\n\nOutstanding Graduating Senior

    Department of Economics (1999)

    M.A.

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