EC 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics
F1B 2006 BL
Bachelors in Business Administration - EconomicsBachelors in Business Administration - FinanceMasters of Science in Economics
August 5th - September 23rd
8:00 - 1:00 PM
Textbook: Macroeconomics, Robert J. Gordon, 10th Edition
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Week Topics Chapters1 Introduction to Class
1 What is Macroeconomics? CHAPTER 1
2 The measurement of income, prices and unemployment CHAPTER 22 The simple Keynesian theory of income determination CHAPTER 3
3 The simple Keynesian theory of income determination CHAPTER 3
3 The IS-LM Model CHAPTER 4
4 The IS-LM Model CHAPTER 4
4 Monetary policy, fiscal policy and government budget CHAPTER 5
4 Review for Exam # 1
5 Test #1(Chapters 1-5)
6 International trade, exchange rates and macroeconomic policy CHAPTER 6
6 Aggregate demand, aggregate supply and the self-correcting economy CHAPTER 7
7 Inflation: its causes and cures CHAPTER 87 The government budget, the public debt and social security CHAPTER 127 Review for Final Exam
8 Test # 2 (Chapters 6-8, 12)
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