Apr 17, 2021  
2013-14 Graduate Catalog 
    
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ECON 7710 - Advanced Monetary Economics I

3 credit hours
Prerequisite: Student must have passed Ph.D. qualifying exams in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Provides an integrated treatment of a variety of dynamic optimization and dynamic equilibrium models and examines their empirical implications for individual choices and, in particular, savings and asset prices. Three frameworks studied: infinitely lived representative agent models, heterogenous agent models, and representative and heterogenous agent models with financial frictions. Advanced numerical solution methods and panel data estimation techniques also incorporated.


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