Advanced International Macroeconomics: Theory, Evidence & Policy (Spring, 2012)
ECON 203f (2)
M, W 03:30 - 05:00 PM; Sachar, Int'l Hall, 116
Prerequisites: ECON 201a, 202a (may be taken concurrently), and one course in econometrics (graduate module or undergraduate course). Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.
Builds on and extends the economic frameworks developed in ECON 201a and 202a to focus on economic models that are fundamental to international macroeconomic analysis, policy making, and business strategy. Students apply data to the models, and discuss journal articles that apply the frameworks to macroeconomic questions. Usually offered every year.