Welcome - Macroeconomic Theory ECON 4421   Macroeconomic Theory
Students are introduced to contemporary issues in macroeconomics including aggregate growth accounting; neoclassical growth models; monetary policy, inflation and unemployment; theories of consumption and investment; and trade and exchange rates. Mathematical methods are applied extensively and their application to economic problems will be stressed at both the theoretical and intuitive levels.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 2201.03, ECON 3700.03, MATH 1000.03 (or equivalent), MATH 1010.03 with minimum grades of C