I am taking ECON2010 - Microeconomics this MUN Spring Term as a long-distance online student.
Last term, I got 68 for ECON2020 - Macroeconomics. Not a great mark, but I was happy - actually relieved to do that well.
I have taken 11 courses from Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador. Except for SOCI1000 where I got 77, all my other marks were above 80.
These economics courses are much like a foreign culture for me. I am a Sixties person. These courses start with the concept that Scarcity exists, has always existed & will always exist because humans have unlimited capacity to want. Personally, I think that is not true.
Some of us live happy lives with adequate shelter and enough food to eat and are not driven to own a lot of stuff or obtain status items.