ECON-606 Macroeconomics II
Spring for 2017-2018
This two-semester sequence provides an introduction to the techniques of modern macroeconomic analysis that are needed by all graduate students in
economics. Intertemporal frameworks are developed to discuss modern theories of consumption, saving, investment and growth. Other applications may include theories of asset pricing, models of the labor market and search frictions, the analysis of business cycles, and fiscal and monetary policies. The sequence also provides an introduction to mathematical techniques used in dynamic macroeconomic analysis. ECON-605 is the prerequisite for ECON-606.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: ECON 605
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