ECON 7030 - Macroeconomics II3 credit hours
Prerequisites: and . Second-semester core course in macroeconomic theory for students pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics. Focuses on modern intertemporal macroeconomics. Develops discrete-time dynamic optimization techniques and examines the role of fiscal and monetary policies in centralized and decentralized economics and their welfare implications. Reviews recent developments in economic growth theory and international macroeconomics. Focus is quantitative but developing intuition about macroeconomic dynamics stressed.
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