This class was very interesting to me because it approached economics in an organizational perspective. I was a little nervous initially to take this class because it is an upper level economics class but the topic interested me more than the other options. I never realized how there are legitimate economic theories regarding interpersonal relationship and organizations in economics. All the information I have learned in this class can be applied to real life economic situations and I hope I am able to apply these materials that helped me throughout in the course somewhere down the road. Transfer pricing and how all the factors in a supply and demand curve can affect almost everything in the economy really impressed me: market price, supply, demand, etc. The blog posts were very helpful because it made sure that students were able to focus on what the subject of the week was and apply, in their own personal opinion, a blog post regarding the topic. This helped me because by putting my thoughts into words I was able to get feedback from the professor to help clarify what I understand. The one problem I had with the class was sometimes the excel homework was difficult. Maybe a small part of lecture on Monday being allocated to how to do the excel would be helpful; I was able to overcome this by meeting when the professor when I needed to but for those who cannot do so, maybe a formula reference sheet or something would be helpful. I also appreciated the way this class was structured; it was a combination of offline and online involvement.