Economics, History, and Political Science Department
|E-Mail: Loren Lee or email@example.com (home)|
I was born and raised in Chicago. I moved to California in high school. I have worked in a CPA firm, owned a bookstore, and taught at the college level since 1969. I taught for two years for Franklin College in Lugano, Switzerland. In the early 1970s, I was a Lecturer for three years at United States International University (Point Loma). In the later 1970s, I was a Lecturer at San Diego State University and at Chapman College. I taught on an adjunct basis at Southwestern College, San Diego City College, and Grossmont College. I have been at Palomar College since 1980.
I teach Basic Economics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, and Comparative Economic Systems
I teach using collaborative learning methods. I have created a Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Comparative Economic Systems, and Basic Economics textbook using collaborative learning activities and many different case studies.
I am involved in gardening, outdoor activities, and issues relating to the
environment. I have a strong interest in political activities.
My wife and I live in the mountains with our two dogs, three cats, three horses, fish, and a bunch of wild turkeys.
Courses I Teach
Macroeconomics (Economics 101)
Comparative Economic Systems (Economics 110)
Basic Economics (Economics 100)
Go Cal Bears
Links to the Internet
Articles on Religious Extremist Terrorist Groups by Eli Berman
California Economic Data
Consumer Price Index
Economic Report of the President
Employment to Population Ratio
Foreign Exchange Rates
Historical Data on Stock Market Prices (Go to the Economic Report of the President below. Then, go to Detailed Statistics for 2006. Then, find Table B95.)
Index of Leading Indicators
International Trade Data and Balance of Payments Data (Go to the Economic Report of the President below. Then, go to Detailed Statistics for 2006. Then, find Table B103.)
Money Supply Data
Nominal GDP and Real GDP
Percentage Change in Nominal GDP and Real GDP
My Poverty Talk
Productivity (Go to the Economic Report of the President below. Then, go to Detailed Statistics for 2006. Then, find Table B50.)
Unemployment Rate First, click on "Get Detailed Statistics". Then, click on the "Most Requested Series" Icon in the First Row
U - 6
United States Budget
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