ECON-605 Macroeconomics I
Fall for 2015-2016
This course 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 and growth. Other applications include the
analysis of business cycles, models of the labor market and search
frictions, theories of asset pricing and fiscal policies. Dynamic
programming will be emphasized as a method for formulating and solving
problems with these features.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: None
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