# McGill Course Notes

These are notes from some of the courses I’ve taken. I put a lot of effort into these notes, and it’s paid off (As for all these classes except MATH 240). It felt like a shame to let these notes rot in a landfill, so I’m sharing them publicly in case they can be helpful to someone else too – content-wise or as inspiration for how to structure study notes.

A caveat: they’re mostly handwritten - no time to type them up sorry - but I think they’re legible enough!

## Courses:

**ECON 452** - Advanced Microeconomics (Honours); taken with Licun Xue in Winter 2021
- summarized notes for coalitional games, Nash bargaining solution, matching theory, and mechanism design

**ECON 468** - Econometrics 1 (Honours); taken with Russell Davidson in Fall 2019
- detailed notes for the first 3 chapters of Econometric Theory and Methods, Russell Davidson and James G. MacKinnon – regression models, numerical and statistical properties of OLS

**MATH 423** - Applied Regression; taken with Yi Yang in Fall 2020
- lecture notes and snippets of R code

**MATH 242** - Analysis 1; taken with Hundemer in Fall 2020
- list of key results/theorems proven in class (the proof is left as an exercise to the reader ;) )

**MATH 223** - Linear Algebra; taken with Kelome in Fall 2019
- summary of the course, with examples from lectures, assignments and the midterm

**MATH 323** - Probability; taken with Jose Correa in Fall 2019
- summary of the course excluding the continuous and discrete distributions

**MATH 240** - Discrete Structures; taken with Bogdan Nica (I crashed Jeremy Macdonald’s lectures too) in Fall 2018
- graph theory theorems and proofs covered in class

**ARTH 226** - Intro to 18th C Art and Architecture; taken with Matthew Hunter in Fall 2018
- thematic approach to the readings and art looked at in class