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ECON-2301-001 Principles of Macroeconomics
An analysis of the economy as a whole including measurement and determination of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, national income, inflation and unemployment. Other topics include international trade, economic growth, business cycles, and fiscal policy and monetary policy.
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(3 sem hrs; 3 lec)
Principles of Macroeconomics 3e - Lee Coppock and Dirk Mateer
Note: You will need the version of the textbook that includes the access code for INQUIZITIVE as this is where you will complete the majority of your coursework.
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It is important for you to check Blackboard regularly, take good notes, and complete all assignments. You should read the material before attempting the assignments.
I will determine your final grade with the following:
All assignments and exams have strict deadlines. If you submit any work after the deadline, you will receive a zero for that assignment.
I encourage you to study with a classmate or with a study group. Do not cheat. If you cheat or the work you submit is not your own, you will receive a zero.
I do not give extra credit.
Your final course grade will consist of an average of:
Chapter 1 - Five Foundations of Economics
Chapter 2 - Model Building and Gains from Trade
Chapter 3 - The Market at Work: Supply and Demand
Chapter 4 - Market Outcomes and Tax Incidence
Chapter 5 - Price Controls
Chapter 6 - Introduction to Macroeconomics and Gross Domestic Product
Chapter 7 - Unemployment
Chapter 8 - The Price Level and Inflation
Chapter 9 - Savings, Interest Rates, and the Market for Loanable Funds
Chapter 10 - Financial Markets and Securities
Chapter 11 - Economic Growth and the Wealth of Nations
Chapter 12 - Growth Theory
Chapter 13 - The Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply Model
Chapter 14 - Recessions, Expansions, and the Debate over How to Manage Them
Chapter 15 - Federal Budgets: The Tools of Fiscal Policy
Chapter 16 - Fiscal Policy
Chapter 17 - Money and the Federal Reserve
Chapter 18 - Monetary Policy
Chapter 19 - International Trade
Chapter 20 - International Finance
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