Let me start by congratulating you on the book and thanking you for making it available to all of us. It’s a magnificent piece of literature; very educating and challenging to the mind.
About the hour allocation by chapters, I hereby submit my opinion:
I disagree with @chucho about giving more time to markets and morals and less to the last chapter.
Chapter 1: 9 hours is reasonable as it is essential to have a solid introduction.
Chapter 2: 2.5 hours to markets and morals was perfect. I think that this particular chapter is particularly convenient for taking further discussion and debate on the forum. It’s great topic for opinion sharing.
Chapter 3: 6 hours. is more than perfect. As you know, some of us studied matching and design economics on Micro I with Professor Bertan, so I would suggest less time to it.
Chapter 4: 6 hours. Fascinating model but according to my notes, two classes should sufice.
Chapter 5: 7 hours. Inequality was, in my opinion a little left unexplored. It was one of the favorite chapters of the course without a doubt. Technology, robots, AI, superstar model, universal basic income… super subject.
Chapter 6: 3.5 hours. My same opinion regardin chapter 2.
Chapter 7: 3.5 hours. Add a little more time to Kantian Equilibrium because it was hard to grasp with the concepts.
Chapter 8: 4 hours. The other personal favorite chapter of the course (probaby because how applicable it is to mexico city)
Chapter 9 : 3.5 hours. I think last chapter deserves more coverage.
9 + 2.5 + 6 + 6 + 7 + 3.5 + 3.5+ 4 + 3.5 = 45
Overall, time was managed perfectly.