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2021-22 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-22 Graduate Catalog
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ECON 7010 - Macroeconomics I

3 credit hours
Prerequisite:  . First-semester core course in macroeconomic theory for students pursuing the Ph.D. in Economics. Macroeconomic models are used to study topics related to the national economy. Topics include dynamic macroeconomics, the basic Solow model, savings in an overlapping generations model, infinitely lived agents, recursive deterministic models, recursive stochastic models, Hansen’s real business cycle model, practical dynamic programming, impulse response functions, vector auto-regressions, and money.


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