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Macroeconomics I (ECON667)

Course description

This course is the first part of a two-part sequence. The aim of this sequence is to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the macro-economy and of recent macroeconomic phenomena through the exposure to modern dynamic macroeconomic models. The first part of the sequence is dedicated to construct a dynamic general equilibrium framework that allows students to understand and analyse properties of business cycles both in closed and open economy setting. Tools for monetary and fiscal pol...


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Graded, 0.5 Credit Units

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