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|ECON 2315 - Macroeconomic Theory|
Presents several theoretical approaches to the study of short-run economic instability and long-run growth. Uses conceptual and mathematical tools to examine what economists believe to be the major determinants of fluctuations in employment and price level, as well as the rate of economic growth. The theoretical models are used to evaluate the operation and impact of various macroeconomic policy tools. Prereq. (a) ECON 1115 and (b) MATH 1231, MATH 1241, MATH 1242, MATH 1251, MATH 1340, MATH 1341, or MATH 1342.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
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